Tag Archives: Ryanair

My luggage-free paradise. The holiday starts here


I love an airport. More specifically my holiday begins at the moment the baggage has been left at the checkin desk. From the on you enter a strange world built on glitter, efficiency and no little bureaucracy but it is … Continue reading

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Jasmine of MAP…our hero in Toulouse


In my previous blog I told my tale of woe of a cancelled flight at the mercy of the incompetent Michael O’Leary and his atrocious airline. The consequences of his actions created a chain of events which were costly and … Continue reading

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We’re all subsidising Ryanair: The O’Leary Myth


I’ve finally realised what it is about Ryanair and Michael O’Leary personally – they have no moral framework to rein in their greed. At Ryanair’s General Meeting last week O’Leary pledged to transform the airline’s “abrupt culture” which he admitted … Continue reading

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Silver or silverware – a fan’s guide


The problem with football is money. We all know it. We hear from our grandparents how the teams would travel to matches on the bus with the fans and buy them a drink in the pub afterwards. But then the … Continue reading

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‘Dealt with’ by Ryanair


I’ve mentioned Ryanair’s service previously. We recently went on holiday for a week in Spain and the package included flights with my ‘favourite’ airline. I always like to think that the holiday starts the moment I’ve dropped my bags off … Continue reading

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