JULY £9.98pp London STN to Toulouse RETURN @ Ryanair
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JULY £9.98pp London STN to Toulouse RETURN @ Ryanair

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Found 23rd Jun 2017
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FAQ:
- Do I need a check-in bag? No. Take a hand luggage and a backpack.
- What if I need to pack a lot?! Might as well pay a moving company and take your wardrobe.
- Do I have to pay to check-in? Yes, if you're an idiot. Download the Ryanair app.
- Do I have to pay for a seat to sit beside my wife? To be sure, yes.
- Is there a chance to get separated from my wife? Yes. However, it's only 2 hours. Grow a pair of balls.
- Do I need to pay for water? Yes.
- Can I get free water? Yes, bring an empty bottle at the airport and fill it after security.
- Is the aircraft going to be dirty? Yes, it can be sometimes.
- Do they have annoying passenger announcements? Yes. But let me remind you of how much your ticket cost. Bring a f*cking pair of earphones.
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heat for the FAQ's X)

Great faq. However, I would point out one thing that is wrong regarding this point:

neiiilers

- Do I have to pay for a seat to sit beside my wife? To be sure, yes.


This should be no. Sit on your own and spend the money you saved not paying for allocated seating on gin. It is supposed to be a holiday after all.
Great FAQ. Honesty pays
Got a laugh.

Serious question though. I know hand luggage is 10kg I have a bag for that. How much can I take in the backpack as well?
"Do I need to pay for water? Yes."

Doesn't their alcohol license cover free tap water? Not sure if it's different on an aircraft but any premise in England, Wales and Scotland that has an alcohol license has to provide free tap water as part of the license.

Anyone know?
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R9Greaves

Got a laugh. Serious question though. I know hand luggage is 10kg I have … Got a laugh. Serious question though. I know hand luggage is 10kg I have a bag for that. How much can I take in the backpack as well?


I usually just put a pair of going out shoes in mine and stuff it with dirty clothes when it's time to go back.


heathead

"Do I need to pay for water? Yes."Doesn't their alcohol license cover … "Do I need to pay for water? Yes."Doesn't their alcohol license cover free tap water? Not sure if it's different on an aircraft but any premise in England, Wales and Scotland that has an alcohol license has to provide free tap water as part of the license.Anyone know?


Hey! I'm not sure in regards with Ryanair. What I know is... An aircraft is allowed to take off as long as it has water and food. The law doesn't state whether it has to be free or not. But if I were to tell you, as a cabin crew, I would avoid drinking the water from the tap on board (regardless of the airline).
Edited by: "neiiilers" 24th Jun 2017
heathead

"Do I need to pay for water? Yes."Doesn't their alcohol license cover … "Do I need to pay for water? Yes."Doesn't their alcohol license cover free tap water? Not sure if it's different on an aircraft but any premise in England, Wales and Scotland that has an alcohol license has to provide free tap water as part of the license.Anyone know?


If this rule did indeed apply to flights the airlines could easily get around this by charging a plastic cup or drinking glass service/cleaning charge.
Some restaurants & bars use this method to get money of you for the 'free' tap water and I'm sure O'leary would be aware of this.
It looks Ryanair they will be shamed on BBC's watchdog on Wednesday according to the Independent website this morning because of their new fake random seat fiasco.
Plus Twitter has a lot of tweets about it.
Personally I fly with them in 10 days time and 'may' have decided to pay for an allocated seat but after this stunt there's no way I'll be paying.
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