From Glasgow: 11 Nights 17-28th December (Xmas) in Gran Canaria, £331.22pp @ Alpharooms
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From Glasgow: 11 Nights 17-28th December (Xmas) in Gran Canaria, £331.22pp @ Alpharooms

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Found 29th Sep 2016Made hot 1st Oct 2016
This is a great bargain trip from 17th until 28th December right in Christmas, and from Glasgow PIK. The accommodation is the Apartamentos Las Arenas in Playa del Ingles, with plenty of bars and restaurants nearby. If you were planning to get away at Christmas, at this price, I'd snap it up quick!

Breakdown:

Hotel & Transfer £512.48 book at Alpharooms

Flights £149.96 book at Ryanair

Total £662.44/£331.22pp

10 Comments

Original Poster

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Eeeeeek !!!!! Cattletruck by Ryanair....OK if you are young and fit but oldies like me need a seat not a plank to sit on...voted hot for the deal...

st8mike

Eeeeeek !!!!! Cattletruck by Ryanair....OK if you are young and fit but … Eeeeeek !!!!! Cattletruck by Ryanair....OK if you are young and fit but oldies like me need a seat not a plank to sit on...voted hot for the deal...



​good deal. I tend to rate Ryan air as the better of the budget airlines, the flight times are usually shortest, they are the most punctual, they loose the least amount of luggage and are efficient and cheap. The seats are no better in any other short haul economy class that I have flown recently including BA. But with baggage and all the associated costs of children and babies, I often find them to be an expensive option when travelling with car seat, buggies, travel cot and the like.

onlineo

​good deal. I tend to rate Ryan air as the better of the budget airlines, … ​good deal. I tend to rate Ryan air as the better of the budget airlines, the flight times are usually shortest, they are the most punctual, they loose the least amount of luggage and are efficient and cheap. The seats are no better in any other short haul economy class that I have flown recently including BA. But with baggage and all the associated costs of children and babies, I often find them to be an expensive option when travelling with car seat, buggies, travel cot and the like.



Yup Ryanair better and cleaner than easyJet

Only a body bag would get me back on Ryan Air. I used them 3 times, in 2 years, and was delayed more than 4 hours, each time. So I have 3 open cases dragging on since 2014 with EUClaim trying to get my money back for their **** gash service.

But good if your a Ned.
Edited by: "a_scotsman" 1st Oct 2016

Original Poster

Ironically I've never has any delays with Ryanair or Easyjet. In fact, every flight I've ever taken has got me in early. My longest delays have been with BA from London to Manchester!

It's a budget airline, it is what it is and in the main, the price reflects that.

Need it if your living in Glasgow with its lack of any sunlight

Hero878

Need it if your living in Glasgow with its lack of any sunlight



another drunken half wit on a saturday night ,typing in the dark
Edited by: "tamboss" 2nd Oct 2016

tamboss

another drunken half wit on a saturday night ,typing in the dark



​calm down.

tamboss

another drunken half wit on a saturday night ,typing in the dark


lol its true once you are past Gretna you get this grey overcast...
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