'Models dressed as stewardesses & Ryanair's Michael O'Leary' blog discussion

edited 25 May 2010 at 11:31AM in Martin's Blogs & Appearances & MoneySavingExpert in the News
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  • DarkConvictDarkConvict Forumite
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    I discovered it was all Velcro fastened, with elasticated trousers – for easy to rip-off-ness.

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  • skintdragonskintdragon Forumite
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    I suspect the outfit you donned was for stripping purposes!!


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  • Money Saving Hassle if you ask me and other Ryan Air customers

    I don't suppose the little display was to take Ryan Air's customers minds off their refunds.

    We are still waiting depsite being told 28 days, (now 35 days) and now possibly 8 weeks plus some [email protected] about waiting 7 days for the bank to process our payment.

    Cheap Flights, No customer Service and arrogant staff.
    If I didn't have to fly with them I wouldn't bother.

  • KTM_GordoKTM_Gordo Forumite
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    Happyisseb wrote: »
    Money Saving Hassle if you ask me and other Ryan Air customers

    Careful! Don't confuse Irish carrier Ryanair with American carrier Ryan Air.

    When Ryanair works, it's fine - when it doesn't, it's horrible. But you generally get what you pay for.
  • Really enjoyed reading your blog this week Martin...... :)
  • There was me looking for a piccy of Martin all dressed up!:j
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    Gosh, miss read that.

    Don't look now Freda
  • ErrataErrata Forumite
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    So......... nobody mistook Martin for John Travolta doing his day job ?

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    edited 12 August 2010 at 5:44PM
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    RASRAS Forumite
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    edited 2 June 2010 at 10:32AM

    Planning lessons from Robert Carlyle :D?

    Ok, I appreciate that sometimes if people are to entertain the information you want to impart, you have to entertain them first.

    In a more serious note; flying all the way to Dublin to do a 20 minute interview with O'Leary, even at his expense. Ouch.

    Have you ever considered video-conferencing for this sort of thing? Even for London-based TV, if the sofa set up is not required a video set-up could get you on TV much more easily than a frantic dash across town.
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