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KTM_Gordo wrote: »
Everyone moans about Ryanair, but people still fly with them. People like 'cheap' - they're obsessed with low price.
We know that Ryanair add £6 to each flight, plus a fee if you want to actually fly, but if they fly where we want to go at the right time and for a price we are happy with, we'll still fly Ryanair.
Yes, the card fees are unfair but they're hardly a secret.
If you don't like it, fly with another airline, take the ferry or book a coach - all of which charge card fees.
2010 wrote: »
· The card purchase fee of £6 will be reimbursed to Ryanair passengers since each cardholder will receive a £6 Ryanair travel voucher.
jeklar wrote: »
I moan about Ryanair, I hate them and the way they grab any opportunity to take money from their customers, and given any alternative, I would never use them. However, my wife and I (She is a wheelchair user) need to fly from our local airport, and Ryanair are the only airline that flies to the airport we need. Just as a matter of interest, on a Ryainair flight last year, as we were taxi-ing to our take off point, the staff played the usual safety tape which of course everyone was ignoring because they no doubt had seen if many times before. The staff stopped the tape, and informed us that we would not takeoff until we all kept quiet and watched the tape!!! Is this good customer service? As I am sure I understand it, the airline is compelled to give the safety demo but the passengers are under no compulsion to watch it.
SaveTheEuro wrote: »
What can the voucher be spent on? It doesn't say it is redeemable against the cost of a flight.
2010 wrote: »
The other good thing is that the more that don`t fly with RA the more bargain fares for those that do. :rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:
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