Flights to Malta from Cardiff and Return from Malta to Bristol 4 nights 21/08 to 25/08 £62.67 @ On The Beach
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Flights to Malta from Cardiff and Return from Malta to Bristol 4 nights 21/08 to 25/08 £62.67 @ On The Beach

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Posted 21st MayEdited by:"oggyway"
fly from cardiff airport 21st august leaving 9:50 am with Ryan Air
return on 25th august to bristol leaving 7.40 am

just £62.67 return flight
does not include luggage

tried to book through ryan air but becomes far to complicated
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nick14077321/05/2019 18:00

I was hooked until i read ryanair



japes21/05/2019 19:18

139 million attempted to travel with them, considerably less actually …139 million attempted to travel with them, considerably less actually succeeded


rubbish. Flown with them countless times, never a problem. Just follow the simple rules and don't think that because you're special they shouldn't apply to you.
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I was hooked until i read ryanair
Is the poster seriously saying they can't handle the Ryanair web-site? Given that over 139 million people travelled with them in the year up to March, maybe it's you !!!
Edited by: "joyf4536" 21st May
joyf453621/05/2019 18:46

Is the poster seriously saying they can't handle the Ryanair web-site? …Is the poster seriously saying they can't handle the Ryanair web-site? Given that over 139 million people travelled with them in the year up to March, maybe it's you !!!


139 million attempted to travel with them, considerably less actually succeeded
nick14077321/05/2019 18:00

I was hooked until i read ryanair



japes21/05/2019 19:18

139 million attempted to travel with them, considerably less actually …139 million attempted to travel with them, considerably less actually succeeded


rubbish. Flown with them countless times, never a problem. Just follow the simple rules and don't think that because you're special they shouldn't apply to you.
redcantona21/05/2019 19:31

rubbish. Flown with them countless times, never a problem. Just follow the …rubbish. Flown with them countless times, never a problem. Just follow the simple rules and don't think that because you're special they shouldn't apply to you.


It was an obvious tongue in cheek comment but if you want to be pedantic, Ryanair cancelled many hundreds of thousands of seats in 2018, ruining countless holidays and refused to pay compensation. Absolutely nothing to do with "following rules"
Edited by: "japes" 21st May
japes21/05/2019 19:40

It was an obvious tongue in cheek comment but of you want to be pedantic, …It was an obvious tongue in cheek comment but of you want to be pedantic, Ryanair cancelled many hundreds of thousands of seats in 2018, ruining countless holidays and refused to pay compensation. Absolutely nothing to do with "following rules"


I wonder how many thousands and thousands and thousands BA, Air France etc etc have cancelled due to industrial action.
japes21/05/2019 19:40

It was an obvious tongue in cheek comment but of you want to be pedantic, …It was an obvious tongue in cheek comment but of you want to be pedantic, Ryanair cancelled many hundreds of thousands of seats in 2018, ruining countless holidays and refused to pay compensation. Absolutely nothing to do with "following rules"


Because of strikes, they didn't cancel for no reason but don't let the facts get in the way of your comment.
japes21/05/2019 19:18

139 million attempted to travel with them, considerably less actually …139 million attempted to travel with them, considerably less actually succeeded


Err, No actually - that was their passenger figures for the year.
redcantona21/05/2019 19:42

Because of strikes, they didn't cancel for no reason but don't let the …Because of strikes, they didn't cancel for no reason but don't let the facts get in the way of your comment.


And which exact part of my statement wasn't fact?
redcantona21/05/2019 19:31

rubbish. Flown with them countless times, never a problem. Just follow the …rubbish. Flown with them countless times, never a problem. Just follow the simple rules and don't think that because you're special they shouldn't apply to you.


Ok, i'l forget about all the times they have been on the news and watchdog for treating their customers like s#!t. For the record, i don't think i'm special so get off your soapbox. I fly with who i choose, end of.
joyf453621/05/2019 19:43

Err, No actually - that was their passenger figures for the year.


I'll edit my quote with the /JOKE tag so that you ruinair employees understand
joyf453621/05/2019 18:46

Is the poster seriously saying they can't handle the Ryanair web-site? …Is the poster seriously saying they can't handle the Ryanair web-site? Given that over 139 million people travelled with them in the year up to March, maybe it's you !!!


Here's just one example of how Ryanair complicates the business of booking a flight to line their own pockets.

google.com/amp…amp

I miss carriers like Monarch albeit they probably weren't the absolute cheapest they weren't in the business of click bate prices & then hiding supplemental charges around every corner. It was one of the first smaller airlines to scrap credit card booking fees 2 years before the EU directive that banned this practice.

Have a look at this link to see some of the other little swindles Ryanair have skyparksecure.com/blo…es/

No wonder some people just can't be bothered with them.
gazdoubleu21/05/2019 19:49

Here's just one example of how Ryanair complicates the business of booking …Here's just one example of how Ryanair complicates the business of booking a flight to line their own pockets.https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/ryanair-dynamic-currency-conversion-charges-hidden-cost-flights-rip-off-europe-a8802861.html%3fampI miss carriers like Monarch albeit they probably weren't the absolute cheapest they weren't in the business of click bate prices & then hiding supplemental charges around every corner. It was one of the first smaller airlines to scrap credit card booking fees 2 years before the EU directive that banned this practice.Have a look at this link to see some of the other little swindles Ryanair have https://www.skyparksecure.com/blog/avoid-extra-ryanair-charges/No wonder some people just can't be bothered with them.


So you have to untick the box - WOW how complicated. It does explain this on the website.


"No wonder some people just can't be bothered with them" You mean all 139 Million of them?
Edited by: "joyf4536" 21st May
japes21/05/2019 19:48

I'll edit my quote with the /JOKE tag so that you ruinair employees …I'll edit my quote with the /JOKE tag so that you ruinair employees understand


If you are writing about me I am not an employee of ANYONE.
joyf453621/05/2019 19:55

So you have to untick the box - WOW how complicated. It does explain this …So you have to untick the box - WOW how complicated. It does explain this on the website."No wonder some people just can't be bothered with them" You mean all 139 Million of them?


I think you're missing the point, Ryanair go out of their way to sneak charges in to unsuspecting travellers, that's it.

In the link I gave ( skyparksecure.com/blog/avoid-extra-ryanair-charges/. ) its obvious that you have to scrutinise every bit of small print in order not to fall foul of Ryanair practices designed to trip you up.

Read the comments from some of those 139 million Ryanair passengers further down the page.

I read one blogger who said the price of 10kg hold baggage can change if you just refresh your cookies!

Wonder how many out of those 139 million passengers were suckers for uneccessary charges seeing as Ryanair made £1.5billion with charges such as £160 to change names and £55 for airport check-ins in 2017?

Some people would rather go with an airline they feel they can trust to make booking a flight a straightforward experience with no nasties. I'm sure there are millions of those too!

Like your bold print btw, you won't see much of that highlighting hidden costs on Ryanair's T&C's!
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 21st May
gazdoubleu21/05/2019 20:12

I think you're missing the point, Ryanair go out of their way to sneak …I think you're missing the point, Ryanair go out of their way to sneak charges in to unsuspecting travellers, that's it. In the link I gave ( skyparksecure.com/blog/avoid-extra-ryanair-charges/. ) its obvious that you have to scrutinise every bit of small print in order not to fall foul of Ryanair practices designed to trip you up. Read the comments from some of those 139 million Ryanair passengers further down the page. I read one blogger who said the price of 10kg hold baggage can change if you just refresh your cookies!Wonder how many out of those 139 million passengers were suckers for uneccessary charges seeing as Ryanair made £1.5billion with charges such as £160 to change names and £55 for airport check-ins in 2017?Some people would rather go with an airline they feel they can trust to make booking a flight a straightforward experience with no nasties. I'm sure there are millions of those too!Like your bold print btw, you won't see much of that highlighting hidden costs on Ryanair's T&C's!


I picked a flight at random that I might use.

29th May London (Any Airport) to Perpignan (France if you didn't know)

Ryanair £9.99 ( Direct flight - no hold bags included)
Air France £381 (1 stop, second leg on their low cost HOP airline) no hold bags included.)


I know who I'd use
Off to Malta tomorrow on Ryanair, did the same this time last year, that was my first Ryanair flight and everything went fine, less hard sell than J2C. It's a 4 hour reasonably priced bus journey to somewhere much warmer than where I live so I'm very happy with the Ryanair service.
joyf453621/05/2019 21:35

I picked a flight at random that I might use.29th May London (Any Airport) …I picked a flight at random that I might use.29th May London (Any Airport) to Perpignan (France if you didn't know)Ryanair £9.99 ( Direct flight - no hold bags included)Air France £381 (1 stop, second leg on their low cost HOP airline) no hold bags included.)I know who I'd use


Have a fab time on your "random" one way trip don't forget the return journey or are you emigrating?
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 21st May
gazdoubleu21/05/2019 22:11

Have a fab time on your "random" one way trip don't forget the return …Have a fab time on your "random" one way trip don't forget the return journey or are you emigrating?


Popping down to the house for a few days, the forecast next week is lovely. By the way all Ryanair flights are one way, point to point. They don't rip you off like so many airlines (Bl00dy Aweful are you listening) if you don't book a return at the same time.

Hubby has to work - shame!
Edited by: "joyf4536" 21st May
joyf453621/05/2019 22:20

Popping down to the house for a few days, the forecast next week is …Popping down to the house for a few days, the forecast next week is lovely. By the way all Ryanair flights are one way, point to point. They don't rip you off like so many airlines (Bl00dy Aweful are you listening) if you don't book a return at the same time.Hubby has to work - shame!


Nice one, don't forget to pay in Euros

google.com/amp…mp/
gazdoubleu21/05/2019 22:24

Nice one, don't forget to pay in …Nice one, don't forget to pay in Euroshttps://www.google.com/amp/s/www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/news/ryanair-exchange-rate-rip-off/amp/


That's only for the return - do try to keep up! although losing a couple of % on a £9.99 flight would be deeply upsetting (in a HDUK sort of way) it would be the end of the world.
Edited by: "joyf4536" 21st May
Whoops, so easy for us thickies to get ripped off unwittingly but I did learn to spell awful in comprehensive school.
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 21st May
gazdoubleu21/05/2019 22:41

Whoops, so easy for us thickies to get ripped off unwittingly.


Here's a tip for you, READ WHAT IT SAYS ON THE SCREEN
joyf453621/05/2019 22:44

Here's a tip for you, READ WHAT IT SAYS ON THE SCREEN


I'm struggling they don't put the important stuff in caps and bold as you so kindly do for me.
Should have gone to Specsavers.
joyf453621/05/2019 22:46

Should have gone to Specsavers.


Don't get me on rip off Specsavers or we'll be here all night!
Quoi qu'il en soit, il est tard, bonne nuit et bons rêves.
joyf453621/05/2019 22:50

Quoi qu'il en soit, il est tard, bonne nuit et bons rêves.


Don't you'll be giving O'Leary ideas.
joyf453621/05/2019 21:35

I picked a flight at random that I might use.29th May London (Any Airport) …I picked a flight at random that I might use.29th May London (Any Airport) to Perpignan (France if you didn't know)Ryanair £9.99 ( Direct flight - no hold bags included)Air France £381 (1 stop, second leg on their low cost HOP airline) no hold bags included.)I know who I'd use


Doesn't sound very random to me. Sounds like you picked a route you know only Ryanair fly direct so they are obviously going to be cheapest.

Also probably good job your husbands working, means you won't have to pay as much as the flights cost just to have the privilege of having the seats you've bought be next to each other.
Garlicbread2221/05/2019 23:42

Doesn't sound very random to me. Sounds like you picked a route you know …Doesn't sound very random to me. Sounds like you picked a route you know only Ryanair fly direct so they are obviously going to be cheapest. Also probably good job your husbands working, means you won't have to pay as much as the flights cost just to have the privilege of having the seats you've bought be next to each other.


We NEVER pay to sit next to each other. Many Ryanair routes are only flown by them direct THAT"S THE POINT !!!
their flights are on average 96% full.
Edited by: "joyf4536" 22nd May
joyf453622/05/2019 08:10

We NEVER pay to sit next to each other. Many Ryanair routes are only flown …We NEVER pay to sit next to each other. Many Ryanair routes are only flown by them direct THAT"S THE POINT !!!their flights are on average 96% full.


To be honest I have no idea what POINT you are trying to make apart from you have a strange passion for defending Ryanair's bad reputation and like the use of CAPITAL letters. Don't you think many other airlines fly routes direct which Ryanair don't, hardly sets them apart from other airlines?
Came to see the deal but staying the for comments, thanks for the entertainment
joyf453621/05/2019 18:46

Is the poster seriously saying they can't handle the Ryanair web-site? …Is the poster seriously saying they can't handle the Ryanair web-site? Given that over 139 million people travelled with them in the year up to March, maybe it's you !!!


i think you find that on the beach was much easier as with the ryanair website you had to book the outbound call first and then had to book the return because it was a different airport (and more expensive) meaning it was a lot easier with on the beach as they have already selected the airports
oggyway22/05/2019 10:52

i think you find that on the beach was much easier as with the ryanair …i think you find that on the beach was much easier as with the ryanair website you had to book the outbound call first and then had to book the return because it was a different airport (and more expensive) meaning it was a lot easier with on the beach as they have already selected the airports



Surely that 2 minute inconvenience is worth it to be able to login on the Ryanair website with your own details than having to wait for a 3rd party to send them out to you.
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