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Return flights to Fez (Morocco) from London Stansted now £30 (Departing 7th March - 11th March Inc. taxes exc. checked baggage) at Ryanair
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Return flights to Fez (Morocco) from London Stansted now £30 (Departing 7th March - 11th March Inc. taxes exc. checked baggage) at Ryanair

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Posted 20th Jan

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Return flights at £30 departing 7th March returning 11th March from Stansted to Fez in Morocco with Ryanair

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adnan100220/01/2020 19:49

Ryanair hahaha no thanks but good price heat


What's wrong with Ryanair. Probably the best value for money airline out there for short haul
Super hot! I guess even at this price people will still complain with Ryanair. Or they will pick on the destination, luggage size, flying time and so on. Amazing price.
sheffield78820/01/2020 19:00

Super hot! I guess even at this price people will still complain with …Super hot! I guess even at this price people will still complain with Ryanair. Or they will pick on the destination, luggage size, flying time and so on. Amazing price.


And rightly so. It's an awful airline. Never again will I book. Putting aside their horrendous luggage policy (my family just take those little suitcases for our shorthaul holidays which every airline except Ryan air accept as standard). But putting that aside they have now ruined two holidays, one because of striking and another because the flight was too empty so they cancelled saying too uneconomical to fly. easyJet is so much better. I will vote cold anytime I see a ryanair deal, even if it's free.
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Super hot! I guess even at this price people will still complain with Ryanair. Or they will pick on the destination, luggage size, flying time and so on. Amazing price.
Ryanair hahaha no thanks but good price heat
Is it safe to return now?
Super cheap hotel 4nights from £44
adnan100220/01/2020 19:49

Ryanair hahaha no thanks but good price heat


What's wrong with Ryanair. Probably the best value for money airline out there for short haul
lidds20/01/2020 20:02

What's wrong with Ryanair. Probably the best value for money airline out …What's wrong with Ryanair. Probably the best value for money airline out there for short haul



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Ryanair hahaha no thanks but good price heat
adnan100220/01/2020 20:15

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.ryanair.comRyanair hahaha no thanks …https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.ryanair.comRyanair hahaha no thanks but good price heat


But what about your personal experience with them? Plenty of people use BT but they have an even worse rating
Mary_Mary20/01/2020 20:11

Was it ever dangerous?


Depends if you read the daily mail or not
sheffield78820/01/2020 19:00

Super hot! I guess even at this price people will still complain with …Super hot! I guess even at this price people will still complain with Ryanair. Or they will pick on the destination, luggage size, flying time and so on. Amazing price.


And rightly so. It's an awful airline. Never again will I book. Putting aside their horrendous luggage policy (my family just take those little suitcases for our shorthaul holidays which every airline except Ryan air accept as standard). But putting that aside they have now ruined two holidays, one because of striking and another because the flight was too empty so they cancelled saying too uneconomical to fly. easyJet is so much better. I will vote cold anytime I see a ryanair deal, even if it's free.
Damn it no holidays then
you_gotta_be_kidding20/01/2020 20:52

And rightly so. It's an awful airline. Never again will I book. Putting …And rightly so. It's an awful airline. Never again will I book. Putting aside their horrendous luggage policy (my family just take those little suitcases for our shorthaul holidays which every airline except Ryan air accept as standard). But putting that aside they have now ruined two holidays, one because of striking and another because the flight was too empty so they cancelled saying too uneconomical to fly. easyJet is so much better. I will vote cold anytime I see a ryanair deal, even if it's free.


Regarding luggage policy, I think you're wrong. Wizzair has the same luggage policy as Ryanair. I used wizzair 6 times last year. Twice they were very late, the other 4 times they changed my flights in different days. Blueair is another one doing the same.

We came back from Girona last summer right in the day of the strike. In all fairness the strike didn't have anything to do with the airline. In fact they were against the strike, the union pushed them into strike. The only airline at Girona flying in that day was Ryanair, the rest of the flights were cancelled. I have to admit, I was a bit disappointed as I wanted an extended holiday on their expenses . I was pretty certain Ryanair will not fly during the strike but I was wrong.
I guess is down to people's luck, but for us, if it was not Ryanair air, our holidays would have been mostly in the UK. Our flight for May holiday is £625 for 4, next best price we found was at least double.
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lidds20/01/2020 20:51

Depends if you read the daily mail or not


Or just color in the pictures
lidds20/01/2020 20:02

What's wrong with Ryanair. Probably the best value for money airline out …What's wrong with Ryanair. Probably the best value for money airline out there for short haul


Half of those voting never used them but they have an opinion. Perhaps based on the airline reputation. Off course, the reputation is justified in lots of cases, so I am not saying this is a great airline. I completely agree with your comment. For us Ryanair was the best airline and still is. But we have 'low' standards and this is only my opinion, based on facts and personal experiences.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 21st Jan
Flew back from France with Ryanair a few days ago, TOTAL cost 5 Euro. They lost money not me.
Flown with Ryanair to Morocco 6 times, never had a problem.

Excellent price, but it's a shame how much they charge for the hold luggage.....
sheffield78820/01/2020 21:43

Regarding luggage policy, I think you're wrong. Wizzair has the same …Regarding luggage policy, I think you're wrong. Wizzair has the same luggage policy as Ryanair. I used wizzair 6 times last year. Twice they were very late, the other 4 times they changed my flights in different days. Blueair is another one doing the same.We came back from Girona last summer right in the day of the strike. In all fairness the strike didn't have anything to do with the airline. In fact they were against the strike, the union pushed them into strike. The only airline at Girona flying in that day was Ryanair, the rest of the flights were cancelled. I have to admit, I was a bit disappointed as I wanted an extended holiday on their expenses . I was pretty certain Ryanair will not fly during the strike but I was wrong.I guess is down to people's luck, but for us, if it was not Ryanair air, our holidays would have been mostly in the UK. Our flight for May holiday is £625 for 4, next best price we found was at least double.


I can't say I've ever heard of Wiz air. We usually fly Virgin but for short haul we fly easy jet and jet 2
you_gotta_be_kidding20/01/2020 22:29

I can't say I've ever heard of Wiz air. We usually fly Virgin but for …I can't say I've ever heard of Wiz air. We usually fly Virgin but for short haul we fly easy jet and jet 2


Wizzair is a very popular airline, plenty of deals posted here. You do have different standards if you use Virgin, certainly there is no comparison between Virgin and Ryanair. I do agree, Easy Jet is slightly better than Ryanair but not much different. With regards to Jet2, and especially considering we never had issues with Ryanair, our £625 flights for May with Ryanair were almost £1,400 with Jet2, so off course we are happy with Ryanair. I can see people having issues with Ryanair, but can't figure out how I've used them over 50 times and the worse experience we had with them was only once, a 2 hours delay.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 21st Jan
lidds20/01/2020 20:50

But what about your personal experience with them? Plenty of people use BT …But what about your personal experience with them? Plenty of people use BT but they have an even worse rating


My personal experience was really bad when I went marrakesh specifically if you have a family. If your going with friends or alone I think you can manage. But can't complain for the price I rather have proper seats and seating with family then have everyone sitting different places specifically with a autistic son who they wouldn't let him sit with me or my wife. I rather pay more then go through that again
lidds20/01/2020 20:51

Depends if you read the daily mail or not


I've been many times to Morocco (travelled all over the country and not just tourist hotspots) and think its a beautiful country with lots of culture and great food (well depends where you go!) Like anywhere, you've got to have your wits about you not to get ripped off but that's as extreme as it got for me.
adnan100221/01/2020 02:17

My personal experience was really bad when I went marrakesh specifically …My personal experience was really bad when I went marrakesh specifically if you have a family. If your going with friends or alone I think you can manage. But can't complain for the price I rather have proper seats and seating with family then have everyone sitting different places specifically with a autistic son who they wouldn't let him sit with me or my wife. I rather pay more then go through that again


But you have the option of prebooking your seats, even taking this (Small) cost into account they are still cheaper than most airlines. Even after you check in online and know your seat numbers. you can still pay to change, sorry but no one to blame there apart from yourself. Also not sure what you mean by 'proper seats' they fly basically the same config as most airlines that use that plane.
sheffield78820/01/2020 21:43

Regarding luggage policy, I think you're wrong. Wizzair has the same …Regarding luggage policy, I think you're wrong. Wizzair has the same luggage policy as Ryanair. I used wizzair 6 times last year. Twice they were very late, the other 4 times they changed my flights in different days. Blueair is another one doing the same.We came back from Girona last summer right in the day of the strike. In all fairness the strike didn't have anything to do with the airline. In fact they were against the strike, the union pushed them into strike. The only airline at Girona flying in that day was Ryanair, the rest of the flights were cancelled. I have to admit, I was a bit disappointed as I wanted an extended holiday on their expenses . I was pretty certain Ryanair will not fly during the strike but I was wrong.I guess is down to people's luck, but for us, if it was not Ryanair air, our holidays would have been mostly in the UK. Our flight for May holiday is £625 for 4, next best price we found was at least double.


I am always using wizzair when flying to Poland, I flew like 20 times only one time had a delay, they have very dodgie seating policy trying to force an extra pay for a selected seat, apart of this no complain, rynair is terrible on other hand
me_Gana20/01/2020 19:55

Is it safe to return now?


Apart from a few chavs lurking around, it is mostly safe at Stanstead.
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you_gotta_be_kidding20/01/2020 20:52

And rightly so. It's an awful airline. Never again will I book. Putting …And rightly so. It's an awful airline. Never again will I book. Putting aside their horrendous luggage policy (my family just take those little suitcases for our shorthaul holidays which every airline except Ryan air accept as standard). But putting that aside they have now ruined two holidays, one because of striking and another because the flight was too empty so they cancelled saying too uneconomical to fly. easyJet is so much better. I will vote cold anytime I see a ryanair deal, even if it's free.


It’s a budget airline not an awful airline. They are offering a low cost service and due to that don’t have the same luxuries as more premium airlines. Both in terms of comfort and offering but also in terms of viability of service.

Striking and cancelling however are within the control of the airline and do mean they would have to pay compensation to each affected passenger meaning you would have made money from your flights. I’m sure the compensation would have covered booking with a premium airline.
Been last week on a Ryanair flight as they are the only ones who fly to my company's HQ. It was just one hour flight but was so exhausting. They manage in less than an hour to try to sell you food and drink, duty free, and their scratch cards - You have no chance to nap or sleep as they keep using the PA system all the time to ensure you can't relax. One of the cabin crew put everyone off with his aggressive and pretty desperate selling techniques, while two other cabin crew members had argument in the galley where all passengers could hear how much they hate their job. You get what you pay for.
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stkrup21/01/2020 10:21

I am always using wizzair when flying to Poland, I flew like 20 times only …I am always using wizzair when flying to Poland, I flew like 20 times only one time had a delay, they have very dodgie seating policy trying to force an extra pay for a selected seat, apart of this no complain, rynair is terrible on other hand


I had issues every single time I've used them last year. The worse was they changed the date in 4 out of my 6 trips, the other 2 trips were very late, including arriving in the UK at 4 AM instead of 10 PM. Had to take a 35 miles taxi trip from airport. I'm in process of putting a claim with them. Never had these issues once with Ryanair. One time I booked with wizzair a weekend away, was supposed to fly on Thursday evening and come back on Monday evening. Theu changed my flight to Friday evening, arriving on Sat at 3 AM and my return from Mon evening to Sun afternoon. Basically I was abroad for 24 hours instead of 3 and a half days...
Could not pay me to go to that place.
l33t-krew21/01/2020 11:14

Could not pay me to go to that place.


Thanks saved me money.
Forbez21/01/2020 10:56

It’s a budget airline not an awful airline. They are offering a low cost s …It’s a budget airline not an awful airline. They are offering a low cost service and due to that don’t have the same luxuries as more premium airlines. Both in terms of comfort and offering but also in terms of viability of service.Striking and cancelling however are within the control of the airline and do mean they would have to pay compensation to each affected passenger meaning you would have made money from your flights. I’m sure the compensation would have covered booking with a premium airline.


So it's acceptable to cancel a flight to hours before departure because there's only 18 people booked on it? We were only going for 5 days and the next flight they could get us on was 3 days later. We ended up cancelling the whole thing and staying home. Kids were gutted.
l33t-krew21/01/2020 11:14

Could not pay me to go to that place.


Is that just Fes or the country of Morooco?
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you_gotta_be_kidding21/01/2020 12:40

So it's acceptable to cancel a flight to hours before departure because …So it's acceptable to cancel a flight to hours before departure because there's only 18 people booked on it? We were only going for 5 days and the next flight they could get us on was 3 days later. We ended up cancelling the whole thing and staying home. Kids were gutted.


I doubt Ryanair or any airline would decide to cancel a flight 2 hours before hand simply because it didn't have enough bookings on that flight. The flight and crew would already be in place at the departure airport. Ryanair would still have to relocate the plane and crew to their next destination for their next flight, then they would have to pay out compensation. I doubt it would be possible for them to save any money by cancelling a flight 2 hours beforehand rather than flying with a light load.
deleted137782321/01/2020 12:55

I doubt Ryanair or any airline would decide to cancel a flight 2 hours …I doubt Ryanair or any airline would decide to cancel a flight 2 hours before hand simply because it didn't have enough bookings on that flight. The flight and crew would already be in place at the departure airport. Ryanair would still have to relocate the plane and crew to their next destination for their next flight, then they would have to pay out compensation. I doubt it would be possible for them to save any money by cancelling a flight 2 hours beforehand rather than flying with a light load.


You can doubt all you like. It happened
Never get the Ryanair hate. Would much rather fly with them than the banged up old planes BA use !
Expecting a quality service when paying £30 is a tough ask. I'm not sure how easy it is to arrive at midnight either.

But a great price unless you are mother earth!
deleted137782321/01/2020 13:29

And Ryanair told you that?


Yes, we were given £300 in compensation but we wanted a holiday not money
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you_gotta_be_kidding21/01/2020 13:31

Yes, we were given £300 in compensation but we wanted a holiday not money



It may be true but I don't see how they would save money cancelling a flight 2 hours beforehand so it doesn't make any sense.
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