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Ryanair now to charge £1.75 for flight delays from Monday

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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
Yet another fee added to low cost Ryanair.
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#2
Gone are the days off a 1p return flight with no taxes. Last flight I had with these the plane had an aborted landing. My mate needed oxygen as he suffers from a bad heart. We got diverted to France when we should have landed in Spain. They reluctantly provided us with coaches to get to Spain. On the way off the plane they asked for his details so they could charge him for the oxygen. I thought they were joking but they didnt seem to be. If my mate had heard he would have wanted some more. As they say, you pay for what you get.
#3
leecroot
Gone are the days off a 1p return flight with no taxes. Last flight I had with these the plane had an aborted landing. My mate needed oxygen as he suffers from a bad heart. We got diverted to France when we should have landed in Spain. They reluctantly provided us with coaches to get to Spain. On the way off the plane they asked for his details so they could charge him for the oxygen. I thought they were joking but they didnt seem to be. If my mate had heard he would have wanted some more. As they say, you pay for what you get.


tell me this is a joke ...... u guys paid for oxygen??!!!!
1 Like #4
This is why I will never fly with ryanair (really you paid for oxygen? Just say no it's not like they can take it back)
#5
Ryanair- the biggest joke in the aviation industry
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......and people still vote their deals hot on here, unbelievable.
1 Like #7
fridgehead
This is why I will never fly with ryanair (really you paid for oxygen? Just say no it's not like they can take it back)


But Ryan air costs more than normal air 8)
1 Like #8
magicbeans
leecroot
Gone are the days off a 1p return flight with no taxes. Last flight I had with these the plane had an aborted landing. My mate needed oxygen as he suffers from a bad heart. We got diverted to France when we should have landed in Spain. They reluctantly provided us with coaches to get to Spain. On the way off the plane they asked for his details so they could charge him for the oxygen. I thought they were joking but they didnt seem to be. If my mate had heard he would have wanted some more. As they say, you pay for what you get.

tell me this is a joke ...... u guys paid for oxygen??!!!!

Never paid a penny. From what others have said they try and charge you £75 if they can. It obviously costs them to fill the canisters back up. What made me laugh (not at the time) was the fact they didnt hand any sick bags out and I would say about half the people on board were sick. The other half were praying!
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Have to say, I completely understand why Ryanair are adding the charge. Not only that, they’ve been pretty clear aswell.

If countries close their airspace, a disaster stops safe air travel or air traffic control go on strike.. Why should the airline be liable? They shouldn’t..

Unfortunately.. They’re the easiest company to shift blame onto, otherwise it’s get complicated..

So as a result of a rather devastating incident (Ash cloud) – which highlighted just how extraordinarily expensive an event such as that could be to an airline.. They’re attaching a charge to cover the future cost. Not entirely unreasonable?

I can’t believe that people thought an ash cloud, a completely uncontrollable event, then subsequent closed airspace.. Meant they were entitled for reimbursement by the airline. It was a crappy situation, nobody’s fault.. You took the risk in travelling, if you want to be 100% safe, then take out travel insurance for these kind of rare occurances.

- If Ryanairs plane breaks down and leaves you straded, fair cop, you’re entitled to a warm bed and a bacon butty.

- If a Ryanair employee goes all Michael Douglas in Falling Down, spraying bullets into pilots with an uzi and demanding the breakfast menu at 11.01am.. Another warm bed and bacon butty for you.

- If Tommy Lee Jones is unable to stop a volcano from spitting ash into the air or consuming a small city with a lava wave the likes you have never seen before. Resulting in suspension of all flights. You should of gotten the travel insurance, bub.

Edited By: spritey on Mar 31, 2011 17:33: .
#10
Yes they are penny pinching.. but can you fly cheaper to most destinations even with the charges... in most cases?.. No.. didnt think so.

People bitch and whine about a budget airline.. Personally i have never had any issues with the service. Do they charge for things they shouldnt.. yes they do... but still cheaper than anywhere else.
#11
So they'll increase the price to take into account possible delays, will this mean they make it easier for you to claim now that they're covered......
banned#12
leecroot
Never paid a penny. From what others have said they try and charge you £75 if they can. It obviously costs them to fill the canisters back up. What made me laugh (not at the time) was the fact they didnt hand any sick bags out and I would say about half the people on board were sick. The other half were praying!


How much do they make you pay to clean an aircraft thats been puked in?
1 Like #13
spritey

I can’t believe that people thought an ash cloud, a completely uncontrollable event, then subsequent closed airspace.. Meant they were entitled for reimbursement by the airline. It was a crappy situation, nobody’s fault.. You took the risk in travelling, if you want to be 100% safe, then take out travel insurance for these kind of rare occurances.


Of course you should get reimbursed..You booked a flight and through no fault of your own nor any avoidable faultt the party providing the service could not provide it.

Reimbursement is not compensation, two different monsters.
#14
I aint been on Ruinair for a while did they start charging for using toilets or was that scrapped?
#15
i wouldnt fly with ryan air ever again they are a bunch of http://www.crazychops.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/big_cock_rooster.jpg
#16
Rupz
i wouldnt fly with ryan air ever again they are a bunch of


cowboys! X)



Edited By: MBeeching on Mar 31, 2011 17:45
#17
MBeeching
[quote=Rupz]i wouldnt fly with ryan air ever again they are a bunch of [img]

cowboys! X)

actually it was supposed to "i wouldnt fly with ryan air ever again they are a bunch of " c**c walking cowboys lol
#18
Jetpac
Of course you should get reimbursed..You booked a flight and through no fault of your own nor any avoidable faultt the party providing the service could not provide it.Reimbursement is not compensation, two different monsters.


What part of "Bacon butty and warm bed" did you fail to understand.

Airlines were required to "reimburse" accommodation and meal costs.
#19
If what I was once told is true, they also get through more tyres than any other airline. Gotta rein in those costs somehow.
#20
guv
leecroot
Never paid a penny. From what others have said they try and charge you £75 if they can. It obviously costs them to fill the canisters back up. What made me laugh (not at the time) was the fact they didnt hand any sick bags out and I would say about half the people on board were sick. The other half were praying!

How much do they make you pay to clean an aircraft thats been puked in?

They dont clean the planes, a bunch off cleaners get on when they land and have about 30 seconds to clean the plane.
#21
simplex
So they'll increase the price to take into account possible delays, will this mean they make it easier for you to claim now that they're covered......

From what I understand they are adding this onto tickets due to having to pay out ££££££ in compo last year.
#22
go business class like me everywhere
#23
Do they charge for crapping?
#24
black gerbil1
go business class like me everywhere

Obviously on a different airline
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hbib-A6NpW8
#25
simplex
Do they charge for crapping?

I think they were going to charge a £1 a while back. Im not a good flyer so tend to stay seated for the duration off the flight.
#26
black gerbil1
go business class like me everywhere



Is this the real bg1 making a comeback?
#27
I have no problems with them - if you jump through the hoops then you can get cheap air travel. As a family, I've been on countless short breaks around Europe that we wouldn't have been able to do with the likes BA etc.

I read somewhere Which? are seeking a change in the law to ensure that the price advertised is the full price.
1 Like #28
ryanair is fine if u r flying to a remote destination as a couple/single person....but a no no for families.... ruins ur holiday!!
#29
Well if you plan on taking clothes with you its no so good
#30
magicbeans
ryanair is fine if u r flying to a remote destination as a couple/single person....but a no no for families.... ruins ur holiday!!

Agre with that. We used them for duty free runs. The other thing they used to sting us with was over weight suitcases. We often had to pay nearly 100 euros for each case. I dont think I ever saw any familys on the flights.
#31
leecrot yeah they are REALLY panickity about weight and size of suitcase..

flew to rome with them and once to frankfurt hahn. tbh id rather pay more and have a good flight as ur holiday starts/ends really horrible feeling like cattle!!

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