Blog DOB: 10 Oct, 2012
Name: mllm answer
Despite being unable to book an EasyJet Flight online due to a bug or lack of information on their website I'm still very much a fan of this low cost airline. But now that they've discontinued the Gatwick (LGW) to Cork(ORK) route, choice is limited.
In fact, there were no available flights on BA when I wanted to travel, and I didn't want to fly from Heathrow. This only left me with one choice, Ryanair.
After you've paid for each direction on the flights, added almost £50 in taxes, another £7 for a bag, and a further £1.40 to pay by debit card, the total price comes in just shy of £300.
Surely it's wrong to pay this for a Ryanair flight where you don't even get a seat pocket.
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Tags: Ryanair | Cheap Flights | Easyjet
And it wont stop there, you will have a cup of tea or coffee with a "sandwich" for approx Â£5.
Which I believe is the reason why there has been new restrictions on the fluids that you can carry aboard, its nothing to do with terrorism but rather to prevent people from bringing water, flasks of tea/coffee on the aircraft forcing you to buy from the trolley dollies at inflated prices.
Well I havent heard Micheal O' Leary complain about the new restrictions, have you?
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