25% off for some flights with Ryanair, ends Thursday, midnight
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25% off for some flights with Ryanair, ends Thursday, midnight

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Found 9th Aug
25% off for some flights with Ryanair.

Book by midnight 09/08/2018. Travel August - February. Fares subject to availability.
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25% off the lucky Ryanair lottery. Cold because of all the flights they cancel.
Still seems quite an expensive lottery when your flight might be cancelled because of an Irish pilots' strike, a German pilots' strike, a cabin crew strike, a French air traffic controllers' strike, because the plane's in the wrong country, the weather, they haven't sold enough tickets, a leprechaun said it wasn't a good day to fly, or whatever the reason of the day is.
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25% off the lucky Ryanair lottery. Cold because of all the flights they cancel.
Still seems quite an expensive lottery when your flight might be cancelled because of an Irish pilots' strike, a German pilots' strike, a cabin crew strike, a French air traffic controllers' strike, because the plane's in the wrong country, the weather, they haven't sold enough tickets, a leprechaun said it wasn't a good day to fly, or whatever the reason of the day is.
Flights already cancelled
ER Thanks but no thanks
To much aggro to book with thse Muppets
Probably cancel the flight 2 days before
Flying because there is a R In the Month
Eg January March April etc etc
Fox_meister1 m ago

ER Thanks but no thanksTo much aggro to book with thse MuppetsProbably …ER Thanks but no thanksTo much aggro to book with thse MuppetsProbably cancel the flight 2 days beforeFlying because there is a R In the MonthEg January March April etc etc


Will book mine for August then
Cold. Got big trust issues with these guys now
25% of the cancelled flights. Good value to pay 75% of full price and get nothing. Used them lots, and had issues only a couple of times, however, Ryanair became a lottery lately. Expensive lottery considering your chances to win. RIP Monarch, in my opinion that was the best budget airline and was going in popular destinations.
I've got a flight with them 28th Aug (if it isn't cancelled). I think this will be my last with them. Just got zero confidence in them.
Been looking for an October holiday and some I've come across is flying with them and that's what just puts me off. Never have used them before, are they really that bad ?
Not bloody thanks.
So many negative comments about these clowns in here but still hot? Let’s get rid of these bunch of muppets from the universe
grant2035 m ago

Been looking for an October holiday and some I've come across is flying …Been looking for an October holiday and some I've come across is flying with them and that's what just puts me off. Never have used them before, are they really that bad ?



Even though I've said I'll probably not use them again I have had zero problems with them. I go to Lanzarote 4 times a year and usually always fly Ryanair. The talk of strikes and cancellations has just made me lose any confidence I had in them.
While their ceo has possibly one of the most punchable faces on earth, their business practices are appalling (intentionally splitting ppl up) and stanstead is chav central, if they didnt exist there would be a big hole in the number of cheap flights. Other than EZY youd be left with BA charging 100 for each flight.
Flown with Ryan air for years and have worked round there revenue schemes. But the recent last minute check-in system that "allocates you seats all over the plane, mainly middle seats and prevents a group sitting anywhere near each other unless you pay or have an under12 year old is a step to far for me. Flew with Iberia express this week... What a refreshing eye oponer.
The only airline i have ever had problems with and i'm 50+ and have flown hundreds of times with lots of different airlines, the problems were ryanair's fault and their dodgy practices that no other airlines implement, not used them for 5yrs now and never will.
Edited by: "waterloo" 9th Aug
I have been a regular flyer with them and flying with them in October, but this will probably be the last. They are getting greedier and less reliable with all the cancellations.

If they can't see that people's confidence is being knocked in them and start treating customers and staff with some respect then they deserve to fail. Hopefully the shareholders will see some sense and get rid of O'Leary.
mgregory01 h, 31 m ago

Flown with Ryan air for years and have worked round there revenue schemes. …Flown with Ryan air for years and have worked round there revenue schemes. But the recent last minute check-in system that "allocates you seats all over the plane, mainly middle seats and prevents a group sitting anywhere near each other unless you pay or have an under12 year old is a step to far for me. Flew with Iberia express this week... What a refreshing eye oponer.


I think part of the reason they are still successful is that too many people think there isn't an alternative, whereas if they followed your example they would be pleasantly surprised.
BertieWusster19 m ago

I think part of the reason they are still successful is that too many …I think part of the reason they are still successful is that too many people think there isn't an alternative, whereas if they followed your example they would be pleasantly surprised.


Price as well... I can not say it is my favourite, but for a weekend trip is ok...
People book on price, and to be honest, I've never had a problem with Ryan Air.
Splitting up families is good, the little noisy twts are a lot quieter when sitting next to a stranger.
Edited by: "Chiptivo" 9th Aug
If the response on here is anything to go by then it looks like Ryanair will not be trading much longer.
Just announced on the news Ryanair are cancelling 1 in 6 of their flights tomorrow 10/08/18.
BertieWusster2 h, 28 m ago

I think part of the reason they are still successful is that too many …I think part of the reason they are still successful is that too many people think there isn't an alternative, whereas if they followed your example they would be pleasantly surprised.


This is true the amount of people i know always look on ryanair & easy jet because they think it's cheaper but 9 times out of ten i find british airways, iberia & norwegian cheaper with much better flight times and i dont need to fly out of the hole that's stansted airport.
stevej19823 h, 23 m ago

I have been a regular flyer with them and flying with them in October, but …I have been a regular flyer with them and flying with them in October, but this will probably be the last. They are getting greedier and less reliable with all the cancellations.If they can't see that people's confidence is being knocked in them and start treating customers and staff with some respect then they deserve to fail. Hopefully the shareholders will see some sense and get rid of O'Leary.


This has been said for years but it never happens, O'Leary said ryanair are cheap people will use us i'm not worried and he was right and any bad news about ryanair seems to get them more customers not less.
O'Leary is the robber barons of the skys. Cheap maybe but when they cancel flights as and when they feel. Leaving you stuck in a foreign country without a paddle.
We had our first Ryanair flights a few weeks back and all was good, I’ve never wanted to use them but the flights were £560 for 4 of us and the next cheapest was EasyJet which was almost £1k!

Everything went fine, although the clientele on the plane left a lot to be desired!
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