All airlines have to follow strict safety standards. Gear not deploying is something that can happen to any plane. Ryanair have one of the youngest fleets in the sky. Again sudden clear air that can cause rapid drops are nothing to do with it being a Ryanair. They don’t make weather. Do your seatbelt up more. One of the primary reasons we can all fly abroad so cheaply are innovators like Ryanair. They have never had a fatal accident and operate 1000’s flights a day. So I will define a bad landing for you. It’s one you don’t walk away from.
Smog?what you talking about ? Hot hot hot....beautiful city, beautiful country, lovely food, friendly people. Worth to go.
On 1 flight the landing gear would not deploy, we circled the airport for 2 hours. On another flight approaching Berlin the plane drop the last 100ft out of the air and we skidded all over the run way, had concussion from bouncing my head into the light above. They lost my partners luggage for a wedding in which she had important things and her bridesmaid dress in. After the wedding they charged us £45 to return the luggage to us. Very badly damaged. More things over the 7 yrs I used them. Thank god for wizzair. I hate them that much that last year I had to get to a funeral in slovakia last minute, only flight available was Ryanair for about £70 a couple hours from where I needed to be. Instead I chose to fly to Prague and travel by train 8hrs to be there just in time. I did the same going back home. The day Ryanair goes bust I'll be celebrating like its just turned 2000.
I'm not sure which Viator tour you booked as most seem to be well over £80 for two, but if you don't mind been on a group and want to be picked up/dropped off and don't want the hassle you've probably made a good choice. I think it just depends on what you want. All the tours on Viator seem to have very limited time at Auschwitz, with 2 hours at Auschwitz I, the former SS administrative center, and 1 hour at Auschwitz II-Birkenau. For me, this just wouldn't have been long enough. We arrived when it opened and left past 3pm. Both sites are enormous and 1 hour at Birkenau really doesn't do it justice. I can't put into words how chilling Birkenau is and we actually spent far longer here than at Auschwitz I. Either way, both are must see places to visit and whatever way you do them I'm sure you will have a great trip.
People there dont serving halal food.