And sometimes they have loss of cabin pressure
I'm flying to London in August with Ryanair for £19.98 return. I'll follow their rules ie bring photographic ID, check in online and use the correct size of case so there shouldn't be any problems. I don't understand why people find it such a horrendous experience flying with them as it's hard to tell the difference between them and all the other budget airlines. Flybe are much worse in my experience And yes all companies not just Ryanair put profit before customer service. The Stansted Express is more expensive than the flight btw, £21 return. But I can't deny the folks on the Dublin to Zadar flight were shabbily treated when they landed at Hahn
What gets me with Ryanair is not their prices but their poor service. When anything goes wrong it is not their fault and they play everything down. Their recent emergency landing due to loss of cabin pressure is a case in point. They say 'only a few were effected' and 'it wasn't an emergency'. It turns out that 33 people were hospitalised (bleeding through nose and ears and loss of hearing) and the authorities say it was an emergency. They spout the normal cliche that 'customer and staff safety is our number one priority' when we all know that 'profit' is their number one priority like any other business.
Yep probably, it's like with Wuntu Deals, people complain they have to spend £3 on Bella Italia meal but will spend £10 at McDonald's
because "everyone" wants free meals,drinks and unlimited baggage for the same price!