| teapot wrote:|
Are people still whinging on, its soooo boooring.
So a couple of flights to Milan cost £20.00 be bloody happy.
A short train journey in the U.K. cost more, Move on.
If you want to save a couple of quid get a Visa electron card.
Sorry it's so boring for you. I suggest you read some other posts if that's the way you feel. The homepage of the Ryanair site boasts about £10 fares one way, on 250 flights. If these flights are found (which really is "boooring"), it's not £10 at all (for the vast majority of passengers, being non-Visa Electron cardholders). Even for its own Ryanair cardholders the same sting is charged. I'm not aware either that £16 is actually "a couple of quid".
It should make this clear on the page - otherwise it's just a plain lie - which is against the Advertising Code.
And don't get me on the airport check-in charge or the baggage. Maybe the banner ad should be amended to say "Yes, it's £10 quid, but nearer four times this if you want to pack more than a couple of Speedos and a T-shirt or slow up boarding with your handluggage"