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Ryanair Summer Holiday Flights NO TAXES
Ryanair Summer Holiday Flights NO TAXES

Ryanair Summer Holiday Flights NO TAXES

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Ryanair Summer Holiday Flights NO TAXES
( certain dates )
For Example Birmingham to Faro any Monday departure and Friday return
( eg 4 or 11 nights ) for £40 each RETURN including all charges and online check in.
£10 extra per person return if you do not use electron!!

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Thanks for posting, which dates?

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Mijooly;7303669

Thanks for posting, which dates?



All the summer holiday dates from Birmingham to Faro were the same price!!
More expensive from East Midlands though......

Thanks, just started to look at the EMA ones, got money on a visa electron card to be used up before end of december and planning on going to Faro next Sept or Oct

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Mijooly;7303736

Thanks, just started to look at the EMA ones, got money on a visa … Thanks, just started to look at the EMA ones, got money on a visa electron card to be used up before end of december and planning on going to Faro next Sept or Oct




Thats the main reason I was looking as I know the "free" visa electron thing
finishes at the end of december.............

Ryanair seem to have stopped the taxes and charges on a lot of their flights! We have booked to go to Finland Feb half term with no taxes and charges and have been looking at Malta for other school holiday dates also with no charges.

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loveabargain;7303789

Ryanair seem to have stopped the taxes and charges on a lot of their … Ryanair seem to have stopped the taxes and charges on a lot of their flights! We have booked to go to Finland Feb half term with no taxes and charges and have been looking at Malta for other school holiday dates also with no charges.




I looked at Malta as well but did not book as I am hoping to go on a cruise
which visits malta ( I have a funny feeling though that I will regret not booking the flights......
just in case the cruise does not happen! )

They have fees and charges for everything

Con merchants:x

JAYKAY72;7303849

They have fees and charges for everything



Oh No They Dont......................Everybody on a delayed by snow flight got to lick a ice cube for free...............see the telegraph...................

JAYKAY72;7303849

They have fees and charges for everything



vauxmik;7304011

Con merchants:x



They can only con the ill-informed.....by now i would have thought that most people know how to book a Ryanair cheap flight................but some people have no intention of flying they just like to knock Ryanair...........

antenna;7304176

They can only con the ill-informed.....by now i would have thought that … They can only con the ill-informed.....by now i would have thought that most people know how to book a Ryanair cheap flight................but some people have no intention of flying they just like to knock Ryanair...........

i've been on ryanair:roll:and flown around the world on many airlines......take the blinkers off buddy:x when these guys lose the hidden charges (i'll not name them all) including prices for one way???? i'll not be bothering:roll:

vauxmik;7304325

i've been on ryanair:roll:and flown around the world on many … i've been on ryanair:roll:and flown around the world on many airlines......take the blinkers off buddy:x when these guys lose the hidden charges (i'll not name them all) including prices for one way???? i'll not be bothering:roll:



Well................As Ryanair dont fly all around the world i wont have the misfortune of sitting next to you on my next Ryanair flight..................i can also work out the total cost of a Ryanair flight to see whether its a bargain or not..............I have flown with Ryanair 20 times in the last 6 months............never paid more than £20 per one way flight .
Flew to Barcelona (Girona) and back twice so far in december and paid 2.98 euros each way........not a mistype less than 3 euros e/w..........flew twice to stanstead return from Malaga in november £10 e/w.........once in oct.........twice in sep............£10 all in no taxes no check-in fee no luggage no booking fee............if it costs more than £20 i dont book.......and i dont moan either........you see........i can do it..........it can be done..........

yes they are con merchants o leary has absolutely no shame what so ever.


have you checked the flying dates on website ( Tue 30 Mar 10 - Sun 28 Feb 10) bit irish don't you think?


wouldn't book anyway as the flight will probably get canceled just like several other we have booked through the years. that's why we stay well clear of Michael Schister

simon012;7303776

Thats the main reason I was looking as I know the "free" visa electron … Thats the main reason I was looking as I know the "free" visa electron thingfinishes at the end of december.............



They'll always leave an obscure method to pay for free or they would have to add the card charges to their 'up front' costs which I'm sure they won't want to do :thumbsup:

campag64;7304544

yes they are con merchants o leary has absolutely no shame what so ever. … yes they are con merchants o leary has absolutely no shame what so ever. ...wouldn't book anyway as the flight will probably get canceled just like several other we have booked through the years. that's why we stay well clear of Michael Schister



Yes - the real issue with RyanAir isn't their pricing (which is perfectly straight-forward and clear) but the way they deal with passengers given inevitable delays or cancellations...
I've been lucky so far and not had any cancellations...

P.S. Voted Hot.

vauxmik;7304325

i've been on ryanair:roll:and flown around the world on many … i've been on ryanair:roll:and flown around the world on many airlines......take the blinkers off buddy:x when these guys lose the hidden charges (i'll not name them all) including prices for one way???? i'll not be bothering:roll:



It sounds like you didnt get a lick of the ice cube:p

[QUOTE=antenna;7304511]Well................As Ryanair dont fly all around the world i wont have the misfortune of sitting next to you on my next Ryanair flight..................i can also work out the total cost of a Ryanair flight to see whether its a bargain or not..............I have flown with Ryanair 20 times in the last 6 months............never paid more than £20 per one way flight .
Flew to Barcelona (Girona) and back twice so far in december and paid 2.98 euros each way........not a mistype less than 3 euros e/w..........flew twice to stanstead return from Malaga in november £10 e/w.........once in oct.........twice in sep............£10 all in no taxes no check-in fee no luggage no booking fee............if it costs more than £20 i dont book.......and i dont moan either........you see........i can do it..........it can be done..........[/QUOTE ] pleased for you:thumbsup:
i'll go british airways again next summer.....and i will see the total cost for everything...at the start of booking and THE END:roll:,not moaning....facts;-)
like it says in your description...."certain dates", i go on holiday when i want.....

yes you got that about right wombat. hope your luck holds out better than hours, a cheap flight can become very expensive if you have paid non refundable deposits on accommodation and car hire

OK - can someone point me to the 'summer holiday flights' please? I've tried all sorts of dates and all sorts of destinations from London Stanstead and nothing shows up at £10 or any price with no extra non-avoidable charges.

OP states £40 return...............The click thru states £10.....thats only for Jan Feb...........
Stanstead Malaga 14th April return 30th April...........£19.99 each way............online check in,electron card,no luggage,no insurance........£19.99 is all you need to pay e/w...........ok not summer summer but you will be able to sunbathe and you wont need a coat day or night.....................

It says £10 jan-feb only whats the summer flight deal then ?
I checked from london and its not £10 in the summer at any time rubbish deal.

waterloo;7304940

It says £10 jan-feb only whats the summer flight deal then ? I checked … It says £10 jan-feb only whats the summer flight deal then ? I checked from london and its not £10 in the summer at any time rubbish deal.



£19.99 to fly 2000 miles to the sun and sand and you think that is a "rubbish deal".......i think you better stay at "windowsill bay"..........or "stopatome" by the gasworks..........

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antenna;7304848

OP states £40 return...............The click thru states £10.....thats o … OP states £40 return...............The click thru states £10.....thats only for Jan Feb...........Stanstead Malaga 14th April return 30th April...........£19.99 each way............online check in,electron card,no luggage,no insurance........£19.99 is all you need to pay e/w...........ok not summer summer but you will be able to sunbathe and you wont need a coat day or night.....................



As the Thread states Birmingham to Faro £40 RETURN including charges.
Any Monday or Friday in the summer holidays ( at time of posting )
There are many other destinations too please be good enough to check yourself..........

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waterloo;7304940

It says £10 jan-feb only whats the summer flight deal then ? I checked … It says £10 jan-feb only whats the summer flight deal then ? I checked from london and its not £10 in the summer at any time rubbish deal.




That was just a photo my friend off the website.......
please read the thread and if £40 return in the summer holidays is rubbish
please let me know where you can book cheaper.....:whistling:

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wombat6025;7304720

OK - can someone point me to the 'summer holiday flights' please? I've … OK - can someone point me to the 'summer holiday flights' please? I've tried all sorts of dates and all sorts of destinations from London Stanstead and nothing shows up at £10 or any price with no extra non-avoidable charges.



My nearest airport is East Midalnds but I booked from Birmingham because it
was soooooo much cheaper. I must admit that I have not checked London Stansead but
if it works out cheaper check Luton or Gatwick perhaps?

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vauxmik;7304594

[QUOTE=antenna;7304511]Well................As Ryanair dont fly all around … [QUOTE=antenna;7304511]Well................As Ryanair dont fly all around the world i wont have the misfortune of sitting next to you on my next Ryanair flight..................i can also work out the total cost of a Ryanair flight to see whether its a bargain or not..............I have flown with Ryanair 20 times in the last 6 months............never paid more than £20 per one way flight . Flew to Barcelona (Girona) and back twice so far in december and paid 2.98 euros each way........not a mistype less than 3 euros e/w..........flew twice to stanstead return from Malaga in november £10 e/w.........once in oct.........twice in sep............£10 all in no taxes no check-in fee no luggage no booking fee............if it costs more than £20 i dont book.......and i dont moan either........you see........i can do it..........it can be done..........[/QUOTE ] pleased for you:thumbsup:i'll go british airways again next summer.....and i will see the total cost for everything...at the start of booking and THE END:roll:,not moaning....facts;-)like it says in your description...."certain dates", i go on holiday when i want.....




Maybe its just me then but any time in the summer holidays or may halft ie when my children are
off school is fine by me ( esp. at these prices!! )

simon012;7305036

As the Thread states Birmingham to Faro £40 RETURN including charges.Any … As the Thread states Birmingham to Faro £40 RETURN including charges.Any Monday or Friday in the summer holidays ( at time of posting )There are many other destinations too please be good enough to check yourself..........



Your reply above also includes a quote of my previous post............are you having a pop at me?.....................i am backing you all the way...........but your post is confusing regarding my contributions to this thread................

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antenna;7305123

Your reply above also includes a quote of my previous post............are … Your reply above also includes a quote of my previous post............are you having a pop at me?.....................i am backing you all the way...........but your post is confusing regarding my contributions to this thread................



No I am not having a pop at you at all. I "quoted" Vauxmik" post but it was posted
funny if you look so at first glance it looks like i quoted you.....

I'l get me coat
I was refering to post 23

antenna;7305035

£19.99 to fly 2000 miles to the sun and sand and you think that is a … £19.99 to fly 2000 miles to the sun and sand and you think that is a "rubbish deal".......i think you better stay at "windowsill bay"..........or "stopatome" by the gasworks..........


I was going by the big purple £10 deal on the screen unless you haven't guessed yet you flash git.

simon012;7305058

That was just a photo my friend off the website.......please read the … That was just a photo my friend off the website.......please read the thread and if £40 return in the summer holidays is rubbishplease let me know where you can book cheaper.....:whistling:


Got it now thanks :thumbsup:

waterloo;7305205

I was going by the big purple £10 deal on the screen unless you haven't … I was going by the big purple £10 deal on the screen unless you haven't guessed yet you flash git.



Well that's you off my christmas card list

Hmmm, i think I'll resrve judgement on this one.

I tried to find some cheap flights for a long weekend travelling anywhere from Scotland, but can't find any decent prices (unless I want to go for a week..)

Ant that's before you add on all the additional hidden charges, online checkin :roll: checking a bag into the hold, debit/credit charges, etc

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antenna;7305155

I'l get me coatI was refering to post 23



No its probably me.
The picture is the wrong one, i cannot seem to change it.
I have just booked 3 flights from Birmingham to Faro in the summer
holidays for just under £120 all in...............
I did not look at Jan/Feb

There are always good ryanair deal, but if there is a cancellation or delay, I'd be screwed.
But also find you get screwed on your return flight so cost can be the same as airlines with frills

What are the dates for these?

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OperateOnMe;7329435

There are always good ryanair deal, but if there is a cancellation or … There are always good ryanair deal, but if there is a cancellation or delay, I'd be screwed.But also find you get screwed on your return flight so cost can be the same as airlines with frillsWhat are the dates for these?




"Ryanair Summer Holiday Flights"

Tends to be Mon to Friday :santa:

guv;7331655

WTF?its seeing stuff like this that ensures I'll never fly Ryan air again.



Yeah Right....................This £10 extortionate booking fee when added to my 99p e/w flight made me think again.........rip off merchants.......i also will never fly with them again:whistling:

Original Poster

antenna;7331795

Yeah Right....................This £10 extortionate booking fee when … Yeah Right....................This £10 extortionate booking fee when added to my 99p e/w flight made me think again.........rip off merchants.......i also will never fly with them again:whistling:



+1
Much better to fly with another airline and pay what £150 for the flight
( at least this way they do not sting you for the £10 non electron charge )

simon012;7332296

+1Much better to fly with another airline and pay what £150 for the … +1Much better to fly with another airline and pay what £150 for the flight( at least this way they do not sting you for the £10 non electron charge )



I do have my principles you know...............but not where money is concerned:thumbsup:

antenna;7333791

I do have my principles you know...............but not where money is … I do have my principles you know...............but not where money is concerned:thumbsup:




Ryanair payment policy is 'puerile', says OFT

Airline customers can face sizeable card-handling fees
Budget airline Ryanair has been accused of being "puerile and childish" over its payment policy by business watchdog the Office of Fair Trading (OFT).

OFT chief executive John Fingleton attacked the company for fees that Ryanair adds when customers use all but one type of credit card to pay online.

He told the Independent newspaper that the firm used a legal loophole to justify charging the extra fee.

Ryanair said their payment policy model allowed passengers "to avoid costs".

The law says that if an airline offers at least one free payment method, it is allowed to advertise cheap fares that do not include extra credit card charges.

Mr Fingleton said Ryanair had chosen a rare payment method to get around the rules.

Currently, the airline only offers a free booking service to customers who pay for tickets with a Mastercard prepaid card.

According to Ryanair, compulsory fees and charges are included in all the airline's advertised prices. But Ryanair argues that payment handling fees are discretionary.

'Taunting consumers'

According to a BBC Money Box report in November, Ryanair charges £5 per person per flight, even if all the passengers are paid for on the one card, in a single transaction.

Mr Fingleton told the Independent newspaper: "Ryanair has this funny game where they have found some very low frequency payment mechanism and say: 'Well because you can pay with that'.

"It's almost like taunting consumers and pointing out: 'Oh well, we know this is completely outside the spirit of the law, but we think it's within the narrow letter of the law'."


Ryanair is not for the overpaid John Fingletons of this world but for the everyday Joe Bloggs

Stephen McNamara, Ryanair
He added: "On some level it's quite puerile - it's almost childish."

Mr Fingleton also questioned the automatic addition of insurance to flights by airlines such as Ryanair, unless customers opted out.

Ryanair disputes this claim, saying in a statement that its insurance services are purchased by customers on an opt-in not opt-out basis.

Ryanair Head of Communications Stephen McNamara said: "Ryanair is not for the overpaid John Fingletons of this world but for the everyday Joe Bloggs who opt for Ryanair's guaranteed lowest fares because we give them the opportunity to fly across 26 European countries for free, £5 and £10.

"What the OFT must realise is that passengers prefer Ryanair's model as it allows them to avoid costs, such as baggage charges, which are still included in the high fares of high cost, fuel surcharging, strike-threatened airlines such as BA."

According to the Money Box report, the UK Cards Association estimates for credit cards, banks charge airlines between 1.5% to 2.5% of a payment in transaction fees.

It believes it is significantly less than £1 to process a debit card transaction.

That means a family of four on a return journey paying on one debit card should pay about 30p, if they were just covering the airline's costs, but would be charged £40 by Ryanair. :roll:
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