BRISTOL TO IBIZA RETURN FLIGHTS JUST £26.50 pp, Departing late April 2016 @ Ryanair
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BRISTOL TO IBIZA RETURN FLIGHTS JUST £26.50 pp, Departing late April 2016 @ Ryanair

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Found 5th Mar 2016
Long time no see peeps ')

Bristol to Ibiza return flight JUST £26.50 per person

Departing 20/4/16 based on 7 nights

This does not include Hold luggage but you are permitted to carry one item of hand baggage (max 10kg - 55x40x23cm) in addition to one small personal item onboard the aircraft. Your personal item (e.g. small handbag or laptop case) must fit comfortably under the seat in front of you.

So in effect you can carry £10kg's per per person for this price.

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Good to see you back with some real bargains!
Good price. Pity Bristol Airport is the worst connected airport I've ever used. 'A' roads from the city to the airport, and no rail connection!
DealJourno

Good price. Pity Bristol Airport is the worst connected airport I've ever … Good price. Pity Bristol Airport is the worst connected airport I've ever used. 'A' roads from the city to the airport, and no rail connection!



that bus fare from the centre at £7 one way is a complete rip off
Would never take a budget airline flight to Ibiza again. Went to Ibiza last year for a friend's wedding and flew with Monarch. It was mayhem...

We expected it to be lively as it was towards the end of the clubbing season but we had lads doing lines of coke directly opposite us, a group of older women behind us singing/chanting the entire flight (apart from the moment one of them wee'd herself while the seatbelt sign was on) & two lads from the same group trying to fight each other before being told they would be arrested upon arrival. That was just the people close to us!

Never again!
Edited by: "horsepills" 5th Mar 2016
horsepills

Would never take a budget airline flight to Ibiza again. Went to Ibiza … Would never take a budget airline flight to Ibiza again. Went to Ibiza last year for a friend's wedding and flew with Monarch. It was mayhem...We expected it to be lively as it was towards the end of the clubbing season but we had lads doing lines of coke directly opposite us, a group of older women behind us singing/chanting the entire flight (apart from the moment one of them wee'd herself while the seatbelt sign was on) & two lads from the same group trying to fight each other before being told they would be arrested upon arrival. That was just the people close to us! Never again!



Sounds like a scene from airplane

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Took Monarch to Party capital Los America last week. No problems onboard that a set of headphones didn't cure.
horsepills

Would never take a budget airline flight to Ibiza again. Went to Ibiza … Would never take a budget airline flight to Ibiza again. Went to Ibiza last year for a friend's wedding and flew with Monarch. It was mayhem...We expected it to be lively as it was towards the end of the clubbing season but we had lads doing lines of coke directly opposite us, a group of older women behind us singing/chanting the entire flight (apart from the moment one of them wee'd herself while the seatbelt sign was on) & two lads from the same group trying to fight each other before being told they would be arrested upon arrival. That was just the people close to us! Never again!



Sounds like any form of public transport with people on route to/from partying or even going football so I fail to see what your issue is or why you're blaming a scratchy airline for it?

I was on a Swiss flight between Zürich and Wien the other year and two suits stinking of money squared up to each other about something.

They was clearly from a public school background, and did not seem to be charged up on a bottle of Remy or a couple of grammes of shovel.

Sxxx happens, big deal (_;)
Chasloyal

Sxxx happens, big deal (_;)



Sex happens? Well duh, how else would you be here :P

horsepills

Would never take a budget airline flight to Ibiza again. Went to Ibiza … Would never take a budget airline flight to Ibiza again. Went to Ibiza last year for a friend's wedding and flew with Monarch. It was mayhem...We expected it to be lively as it was towards the end of the clubbing season but we had lads doing lines of coke directly opposite us, a group of older women behind us singing/chanting the entire flight (apart from the moment one of them wee'd herself while the seatbelt sign was on) & two lads from the same group trying to fight each other before being told they would be arrested upon arrival. That was just the people close to us! Never again!


I dont know what people expect from the party capital of Europe, a quiet time lol, the pilot even has a stickshaker in the 'cockpit' too, commonly known as, second in charge or any cabin crew, that locked door isnt just about security its about privacy


Hope the wedding was as fun filled
seaniboy

I dont know what people expect from the party capital of Europe, a quiet … I dont know what people expect from the party capital of Europe, a quiet time lol



Seaniboy, if you actually bothered to read my post properly you would have seen that I said I expected it to be lively. I certainly didn't expect a "quiet time" (where the hell did you draw that conclusion from?)... but we didn't expect idiots snorting coke up their noses in full view of our kids - anyone who finds that acceptable, or just shrugs it off with "what do you expect?" etc... is a complete tool as far as I'm concerned. The wedding invite was for our entire family, and whilst I was reluctant to take the kids on a budget airline for a flight to Ibiza it was all we could afford so we didn't have much choice.

I completely expected a rowdy flight - and was prepared to put up with singing, drinking, swearing, etc... but fighting and taking class a drugs in front of kids isn't acceptable in any situation.
Edited by: "horsepills" 5th Mar 2016
I was just about to say "long time no see" aha
Good to see you back. Now this is a proper deal. Not as good as when I flew with Ryanair to Ibiza for £10 mind. But a great deal.
Ryanair "£26.50" no chance whatsoever. That is the headline price to get you in, then they will find some way to charge you 70 quid for some violation of their small print. Avoid.
horsepills

Seaniboy, if you actually bothered to read my post properly you would … Seaniboy, if you actually bothered to read my post properly you would have seen that I said I expected it to be lively. I certainly didn't expect a "quiet time" (where the hell did you draw that conclusion from?)... but we didn't expect idiots snorting coke up their noses in full view of our kids - anyone who finds that acceptable, or just shrugs it off with "what do you expect?" etc... is a complete tool as far as I'm concerned. The wedding invite was for our entire family, and whilst I was reluctant to take the kids on a budget airline for a flight to Ibiza it was all we could afford so we didn't have much choice.I completely expected a rowdy flight - and was prepared to put up with singing, drinking, swearing, etc... but fighting and taking class a drugs in front of kids isn't acceptable in any situation.



How bizarre, I've just been told off by admin for quoting a word you used in the above ramblings?

It's ok though, we "knuckle heads" are used to getting rapped across our ..... erm ..... knuckles #NOLU
ultrak3wl

Ryanair "£26.50" no chance whatsoever. That is the headline price to get … Ryanair "£26.50" no chance whatsoever. That is the headline price to get you in, then they will find some way to charge you 70 quid for some violation of their small print. Avoid.



If you're foolish enough to take on hand luggage that is to heavy or to large, or loose your boarding pass, expect to pay a fee. If you're an organised, informed traveller, you will only pay the price as quoted.

I always laugh at people who moan about these fees. Ultimately, if you get charged, it's your own silly fault.
mantisinc

If you're foolish enough to take on hand luggage that is to heavy or to … If you're foolish enough to take on hand luggage that is to heavy or to large, or loose your boarding pass, expect to pay a fee. If you're an organised, informed traveller, you will only pay the price as quoted. I always laugh at people who moan about these fees. Ultimately, if you get charged, it's your own silly fault.



So you've never lost anything in your life and when you go away you wear the same drawers and socks for a fortnight, you stay classy eh (_;)
Chasloyal

So you've never lost anything in your life and when you go away you wear … So you've never lost anything in your life and when you go away you wear the same drawers and socks for a fortnight, you stay classy eh (_;)



Yes I have, and when I loose something I expect to have to pay for a replacement.
mantisinc

Yes I have, and when I loose something I expect to have to pay for a … Yes I have, and when I loose something I expect to have to pay for a replacement.



No denials of wearing the same underwear for weeks on end has not gone unnoticed
horsepills

Seaniboy, if you actually bothered to read my post properly you would … Seaniboy, if you actually bothered to read my post properly you would have seen that I said I expected it to be lively. I certainly didn't expect a "quiet time" (where the hell did you draw that conclusion from?)... but we didn't expect idiots snorting coke up their noses in full view of our kids - anyone who finds that acceptable, or just shrugs it off with "what do you expect?" etc... is a complete tool as far as I'm concerned. The wedding invite was for our entire family, and whilst I was reluctant to take the kids on a budget airline for a flight to Ibiza it was all we could afford so we didn't have much choice.I completely expected a rowdy flight - and was prepared to put up with singing, drinking, swearing, etc... but fighting and taking class a drugs in front of kids isn't acceptable in any situation.


So they got arrested off the plane on landing after you told cabin crew.
seaniboy

So they got arrested off the plane on landing after you told cabin crew.



What are you banging on about??! To clarify, nobody was arrested. Two plonkers were told they would be arrested if they continued to fight - at that point they lost all their bravado and backed down.
I didn't have to tell cabin crew zip - they could see what was going on. The only thing the cabin crew weren't aware of was the drugs - and whilst I was pssed off they were doing this in full view of my kids, I'm not gonna run to the staff about a few lines of coke.

Look, it's obvious that all this carry on is par for the course for some people here - and that's fine. I'm just saying I wouldn't personally choose to do the budget airline flight to Ibiza again.
Thanks op, just ended up booking a holiday to italy via this somehow...
horsepills

Would never take a budget airline flight to Ibiza again. Went to Ibiza … Would never take a budget airline flight to Ibiza again. Went to Ibiza last year for a friend's wedding and flew with Monarch. It was mayhem...We expected it to be lively as it was towards the end of the clubbing season but we had lads doing lines of coke directly opposite us, a group of older women behind us singing/chanting the entire flight (apart from the moment one of them wee'd herself while the seatbelt sign was on) & two lads from the same group trying to fight each other before being told they would be arrested upon arrival. That was just the people close to us! Never again!



Snorting lines of coke on a plane, that's disgraceful!! They could have at least offered it around
DealJourno

Good price. Pity Bristol Airport is the worst connected airport I've ever … Good price. Pity Bristol Airport is the worst connected airport I've ever used. 'A' roads from the city to the airport, and no rail connection!



That's Bristol transport for you, with the greater surrounding area the city could really have benefited from a metro system - now it's a vicious cycle of RPZ, the monopoly of First bus, and a handful of train stations.
Edited by: "drasim" 5th Mar 2016
drasim

That's Bristol transport for you, with the greater surrounding area the … That's Bristol transport for you, with the greater surrounding area the city could really have benefited from a metro system - now it's a vicious cycle of RPZ, the monopoly of First bus, and a handful of train stations.


It's as if governments (of all colours) have abandoned investing in the infrastructure of the city.
Going to Ibiza in April - great if you are wanting to go to explore the Island. If you are wanting to go there for Dance music parties, forget it. I went in May once and it was very quiet - a lot of the clubs hadn't even opened yet and most of the big name DJs weren't coming until June/July/August.
horsepills

What are you banging on about??! To clarify, nobody was arrested. Two … What are you banging on about??! To clarify, nobody was arrested. Two plonkers were told they would be arrested if they continued to fight - at that point they lost all their bravado and backed down. I didn't have to tell cabin crew zip - they could see what was going on. The only thing the cabin crew weren't aware of was the drugs - and whilst I was pssed off they were doing this in full view of my kids, I'm not gonna run to the staff about a few lines of coke. Look, it's obvious that all this carry on is par for the course for some people here - and that's fine. I'm just saying I wouldn't personally choose to do the budget airline flight to Ibiza again.


So you were even more irresponsible than the young men taking cocaine on board in front of your children. You have normalised drug use to your children by not making clear to them it is wrong AND illegal. I'd rather a irresponsible young lad or two next to me on any flight budget or otherwise.



I dont see you can complain about such when you took no action to protect your own children from drug use in front of them, perhaps if they were injecting you would have done the right thing for your kids and been screaming the plane down because you some how class cocaine use in front of your kids as acceptable but not injected drugs.



For the record I dont judge others on drug use, its ones own choice but as soon as you affect others in a negative way its not on.
seaniboy

You have normalised drug use to your children by not making clear to them … You have normalised drug use to your children by not making clear to them it is wrong AND illegal



Again, what on earth are you talking about? You've jumped to so many conclusions in this thread that I'm starting to wonder if you have some kind of problem. How do you know what my reaction was? How do you determine what I have or haven't told my children about drugs?? You harp on about how you don't judge people about their drug use but you're pretty quick to make judgements about me..

Bizarre.
Chasloyal

No denials of wearing the same underwear for weeks on end has not gone … No denials of wearing the same underwear for weeks on end has not gone unnoticed



That's normal practise for me
ultrak3wl

Ryanair "£26.50" no chance whatsoever. That is the headline price to get … Ryanair "£26.50" no chance whatsoever. That is the headline price to get you in, then they will find some way to charge you 70 quid for some violation of their small print. Avoid.



Can't understand people with this attitude. The terms and conditions are clearly stated. If you don't think you can comply with them, then don't buy the ticket.

It's a bit like somebody taking the cheapest room in the hotel and then complaining that they haven't got panoramic sea views. Ultimately in life you get what you pay for.

horsepills

What are you banging on about??! To clarify, nobody was arrested. Two … What are you banging on about??! To clarify, nobody was arrested. Two plonkers were told they would be arrested if they continued to fight - at that point they lost all their bravado and backed down. I didn't have to tell cabin crew zip - they could see what was going on. The only thing the cabin crew weren't aware of was the drugs - and whilst I was pssed off they were doing this in full view of my kids, I'm not gonna run to the staff about a few lines of coke. Look, it's obvious that all this carry on is par for the course for some people here - and that's fine. I'm just saying I wouldn't personally choose to do the budget airline flight to Ibiza again.



So you take your kids on holiday to the party capital of Europe and you got the front to label me a knuckle head #priceless

Though I'd make you right about 'losing their bravado' because some of us were getting deported from Spain a quarter of a century ago for keeping it intact oh and not forgetting to mention getting a good clubbing off the guardia civil in the cargo hold at Barajas before being chucked on the plane back to Gatwick.

Absolutely disgraceful bottle jobs if they lost their nerve after getting told off by a stewardess, total embarrassment to the ASBO reputation those of us that came before them worked so hard to gain over decades

Edited by: "Chasloyal" 6th Mar 2016
horsepills

Would never take a budget airline flight to Ibiza again. Went to Ibiza … Would never take a budget airline flight to Ibiza again. Went to Ibiza last year for a friend's wedding and flew with Monarch. It was mayhem...We expected it to be lively as it was towards the end of the clubbing season but we had lads doing lines of coke directly opposite us, a group of older women behind us singing/chanting the entire flight (apart from the moment one of them wee'd herself while the seatbelt sign was on) & two lads from the same group trying to fight each other before being told they would be arrested upon arrival. That was just the people close to us! Never again!



​I think it depends what time your flights are late evening on Friday then you are pretty much asking for trouble. I've flown with Monach to ibiza and had not issues during a day flight albeit many years ago....Thats one big risk to take to smuggle drugs onto a plane to take in full view of others or take into another country.
mantisinc

That's normal practise for me



I salute your honesty mate, and how is your gorgeous Waynetta by the way?
aljack

​I think it depends what time your flights are late evening on Friday t … ​I think it depends what time your flights are late evening on Friday then you are pretty much asking for trouble. I've flown with Monach to ibiza and had not issues during a day flight albeit many years ago....Thats one big risk to take to smuggle drugs onto a plane to take in full view of others or take into another country.



When I was a younger stoner I used to take a drawer with me absolutely everywhere, be it by land air and/or sea.

Only time I ever got my collar felt for it was on a sleeper from Utrecht to Wien about 10 years ago, Bavarian immigration old bill boarded the train at Nürnberg and knocked on my cabin when I had a glorious delicacy I'd purchased in a Dutch coffee shop on the go (_;)

Got dragged off the rattler at Passau, handcuffed to some African who they suspected of being a mule and taken in to their old bill shop there. They took me details, confiscated my various bags of small finacial value I'd got in Rotterdam on route from Hook to Utrecht and sent me on my way.

Seeing it was some Catholic saint day over here and thus a bank holiday service in operation I had to wait about 5 hours for the next train to Wien ......... luckily they didn't find my very small stash of British solid I had in my sock so at least I had something to smoke to kill the time, even if it was nothing like as nice as what they'd robbed off me
horsepills

Again, what on earth are you talking about? You've jumped to so many … Again, what on earth are you talking about? You've jumped to so many conclusions in this thread that I'm starting to wonder if you have some kind of problem. How do you know what my reaction was? How do you determine what I have or haven't told my children about drugs?? You harp on about how you don't judge people about their drug use but you're pretty quick to make judgements about me..Bizarre.


You are there to guide your kids what is right and wrong, allowing anyone to take drugs in front of your kids puts them at risk, ask any police officer, social worker or the majority of parents.

You allowed it to happen, dismissed it as "a few lines of coke" and allowed your children to see it, took no action to punish drug use in front of your children by alerting the cabin crew to alert police on arrival.


You are MEANT to be the adult that teaches your children, right from wrong - the very foundation of laws of the land.



You dismissed it, allowed your children to see it and took no appropriate action in a public place and taught your children drug use in such consumption is ok, trafficking drugs on a plane is ok, taking drugs on a plane is ok. When you should have taught your child doing anything with drugs is illegal and the police come and arrest you for it.


Young men have enough common sense to know right from wrong, children dont, thats why parental guidance


What a cheek to moan about the issue when you done nothing to address the issue. Do all the drugs you want yourself, I have no issue, but allowing drugs to be taken in front of any child...

seaniboy

You are there to guide your kids what is right and wrong, allowing anyone … You are there to guide your kids what is right and wrong, allowing anyone to take drugs in front of your kids puts them at risk, ask any police officer, social worker or the majority of parents.You allowed it to happen, dismissed it as "a few lines of coke" and allowed your children to see it, took no action to punish drug use in front of your children by alerting the cabin crew to alert police on arrival.You are MEANT to be the adult that teaches your children, right from wrong - the very foundation of laws of the land. You dismissed it, allowed your children to see it and took no appropriate action in a public place and taught your children drug use in such consumption is ok, trafficking drugs on a plane is ok, taking drugs on a plane is ok. When you should have taught your child doing anything with drugs is illegal and the police come and arrest you for it.Young men have enough common sense to know right from wrong, children dont, thats why parental guidance What a cheek to moan about the issue when you done nothing to address the issue. Do all the drugs you want yourself, I have no issue, but allowing drugs to be taken in front of any child...



Jeez you don't half spout a load of nonsense do you??! All I said was that I didn't alert cabin staff and that's enough for you to jump to all sorts of conclusions. I chose at the time to have a word with the lads doing it - that was enough to sort it out. I saw no need to exacerbate the situation by alerting staff/police, and probably turning a moderate situation into a serious confrontation.

I won't comment further. I've read enough of your stupid rants to add you to my ignore list.
horsepills

Jeez you don't half spout a load of nonsense do you??! All I said was … Jeez you don't half spout a load of nonsense do you??! All I said was that I didn't alert cabin staff and that's enough for you to jump to all sorts of conclusions. I chose at the time to have a word with the lads doing it - that was enough to sort it out. I saw no need to exacerbate the situation by alerting staff/police, and probably turning a moderate situation into a serious confrontation. I won't comment further. I've read enough of your stupid rants to add you to my ignore list.



I'd like to have seen you going all Dixon of Dock Green "having a word" with some of our firm (_;)

Oh and how could I forget to mention the usage of the term 'jeez' hohoho now that has 'I'm a 24 carat melt' written all over it, let it go dinlow because you're mugging yourself off more with each response X)
Chasloyal

I'd like to have seen you going all Dixon of Dock Green "having a word" … I'd like to have seen you going all Dixon of Dock Green "having a word" with some of our firm (_;)Oh and how could I forget to mention the usage of the term 'jeez' hohoho now that has 'I'm a 24 carat melt' written all over it, let it go dinlow because you're mugging yourself off more with each response X)



Bit rich coming from someone using more made up rhyming slang than Del Boy (_;)

Your "firm"? I ask myself. Has someone been watching too many Danny Dyer movies?
horsepills

Bit rich coming from someone using more made up rhyming slang than Del … Bit rich coming from someone using more made up rhyming slang than Del Boy (_;)Your "firm"? I ask myself. Has someone been watching too many Danny Dyer movies?



Erm David Jason grew up in Middlesex and is actually rather well spoken, I grew up in Stratford and talk common as fxxx so have another go gobby.

As for talking about 'firm' erm it's a term we've used to describe our circle of friends dating back to school days in the mid 80's ....... exactly around the time that Debden residing dinlow you mentioned was getting bullied at school for being whu in Millwall and Charlton country.

Want to have another go at making yourself look even more intellectually challenged about subjects you clearly know zip about or are you going to knock it on the head because you're blatantly struggling here against an ASBO who left school at 15 with zero qualifications aren't you?
Llantarnam

Can't understand people with this attitude. The terms and conditions are … Can't understand people with this attitude. The terms and conditions are clearly stated. If you don't think you can comply with them, then don't buy the ticket. It's a bit like somebody taking the cheapest room in the hotel and then complaining that they haven't got panoramic sea views. Ultimately in life you get what you pay for.


Well obviously all airlines have terms and conditions but they don't use them deliberately as a way to trip up people who didn't read them carefully enough and force them to pay legal-but-unexpected charges. Ryanair are well known for their anti-customer attitude and their chief executive regularly brags about how he swears at passengers.
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