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(May departures / Departing STN) Return flight to various French locations (Brive / Dinard / Tours / Poitiers / La Rochelle) £5.55 @ Ryanair
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(May departures / Departing STN) Return flight to various French locations (Brive / Dinard / Tours / Poitiers / La Rochelle) £5.55 @ Ryanair

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Posted 9th May
Hand luggage only. Various dates available for each location. There are too many combinations to list here and it is very easy to see the available dates for each location by using Ryanair's date matrix (example shown below)

Example Poitiers date:
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Don't think I've ever hated a company as much as I do Ryanair.
"Hand luggage only" is misleading, it's 1 small bag onboard (40cmx20cmx25cm). There is a £25 surcharge in each direction if you bring anything bigger that will be then placed in the hold, i.e. a standard cabinmax bag. It has to fit under the seat. So a £5.98 return flight, becomes a £55.98 return flight, if you don't exactly jump through Ryanair's hoops.

Ryanair charge extra for normal sized onboard cabin luggage now. You need to buy 'Priority Boarding', to get the option to carry two piece of onboard luggage 1 small bag+1 Cabinmax bag, this is limited per flight.
For the flight quoted there 13th May Stansted to Poiters the option of Priority + 2 Cabin bags is sold out.

For all the negatives on here, Ryanair is fantastically cheap, as long as you know every 'gotcha'.

I've never had a problem, but have seen plenty of people, especially families getting caught out by the rules. It's worth putting aside £50 (per person) for each flight anyhow, with the assumption that 1 in 10 flights something will happen, delay etc and/or have decent travel insurance if you can't afford to be left stranded, having to fund accomodation/the alternative flights yourself.

Also, always take a screen shot of your Ryanair/Easyjet boarding pass, once it is generated, that little tidbit has saved me many a time, where gates have closed and the boarding pass disappears on some Apps.. Security staff will need the saved version to help you get through security, (if they are willing to help), you can't beat a backup printout of your ticket in those circumstances.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 11th May
Standard cold vote. No money should go in that prats coffers.
Can I get this price on or around 31 May to Madrid from Liverpool or Stansted ? Oh and same price return a couple of days later?
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Just as the French Air traffic controllers go on strike.. Clever Ryanair.
Can I get this price on or around 31 May to Madrid from Liverpool or Stansted ? Oh and same price return a couple of days later?
Standard cold vote. No money should go in that prats coffers.
Damn too good
Don't think I've ever hated a company as much as I do Ryanair.
How did you get the matrix. I'm intrigued
KewlGuy10/05/2019 21:48

How did you get the matrix. I'm intrigued


That feature is called ‘Fare Finder’.

You get to it by going to Plan > Explore > Fare Finder on the mobile webpage, not sure if the desktop one is the same or not.
Rusty8210/05/2019 07:15

Don't think I've ever hated a company as much as I do Ryanair.


They are always fine for me to be honest. Use about a dozen times a year.
"Hand luggage only" is misleading, it's 1 small bag onboard (40cmx20cmx25cm). There is a £25 surcharge in each direction if you bring anything bigger that will be then placed in the hold, i.e. a standard cabinmax bag. It has to fit under the seat. So a £5.98 return flight, becomes a £55.98 return flight, if you don't exactly jump through Ryanair's hoops.

Ryanair charge extra for normal sized onboard cabin luggage now. You need to buy 'Priority Boarding', to get the option to carry two piece of onboard luggage 1 small bag+1 Cabinmax bag, this is limited per flight.
For the flight quoted there 13th May Stansted to Poiters the option of Priority + 2 Cabin bags is sold out.

For all the negatives on here, Ryanair is fantastically cheap, as long as you know every 'gotcha'.

I've never had a problem, but have seen plenty of people, especially families getting caught out by the rules. It's worth putting aside £50 (per person) for each flight anyhow, with the assumption that 1 in 10 flights something will happen, delay etc and/or have decent travel insurance if you can't afford to be left stranded, having to fund accomodation/the alternative flights yourself.

Also, always take a screen shot of your Ryanair/Easyjet boarding pass, once it is generated, that little tidbit has saved me many a time, where gates have closed and the boarding pass disappears on some Apps.. Security staff will need the saved version to help you get through security, (if they are willing to help), you can't beat a backup printout of your ticket in those circumstances.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 11th May
KewlGuy10/05/2019 21:48

How did you get the matrix. I'm intrigued


You just eat the offered red pill
Edited by: "ZapGod" 11th May
And all will be canceled anyway
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