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Old 4th Sep 2010, 08:51
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Works fine for me
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Old 4th Sep 2010, 09:12
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easyjet sale

had an email saying 20% sale off every route , every day , every airport, the flight i want is still the same price it was before the sale, so im a bit confused, also checked some more flights they are all the same price. no discount at all....
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Old 4th Sep 2010, 15:54
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Originally Posted by sam dilly
Titan are a fantastic organisation. Great planes, enormous legroom...
Not in my experience.

I was booked to fly from Zurich to London City last Monday, in Club Europe. Turned up at the gate to discover that the flight was being operated by Titan. The seating was so cramped that my knees were right up against the seat in front. No elbow room whatsoever.No room for cabin baggage, either, so they took our bags off us at the gate. Dreadful airline.
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Old 4th Sep 2010, 16:18
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had an email saying 20% sale off every route , every day , every airport, the flight i want is still the same price it was before the sale,

You must have missed those all-important 2 little words in front of 20% off....up to
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Old 4th Sep 2010, 18:24
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Does anyone have the direct e-mail of the new CEO?

I have a number of issues with her airline that I would like to draw to her attention.
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Old 5th Sep 2010, 10:00
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Doncaster ceasing...

Would have thought if continuing into 2011, should be on sale now so assume bye-bye Doncaster. Surprised nothing official as yet???
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Old 5th Sep 2010, 10:34
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Why would there be? Not something Easyjet will want to draw attention too
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Old 5th Sep 2010, 12:13
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I hear an orange 319 is being moved to BHD for 31/10 - LPL and BRS will contiinue and PIK switch to GLA. I think its whats called an up yours O Learey action. Cool.
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Old 5th Sep 2010, 12:39
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Good news if true...obviously there's viable traffic on these routes, and the big orange will be a more pleasant experience than the yellow peril!
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Old 5th Sep 2010, 14:52
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Irish Travel news

EasyJet, Ryanair's closest rival, is the airline most likely to consider expansion as a result of Ryanair's surprise decision to axe its Belfast City Airport routes.

The airline, which now operates from both Belfast airports, says it is evaluating how it will be able to support the Northern Ireland marketplace as a result of the loss.

Said Ali Gayward, easyJet's UK Commercial Manager: "Additionally, in the short term we are just finalising how we may be able to assist those passengers already booked on Ryanair flights, and whose flights will now not be operating." (Ryanair's flights cease at the end of October).

"We hope to be able to make an announcement about how we can help in the next few days."
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Old 5th Sep 2010, 15:31
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I hear an orange 319 is being moved to BHD for 31/10 - LPL and BRS will contiinue and PIK switch to GLA. I think its whats called an up yours O Learey action. Cool.
I'd rate STN or LTN as a more important (and profitable) hole to fill come 31/10. A based a/c could offer a much more competitive morning departure than the LTN based a/c can.
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Old 5th Sep 2010, 16:11
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id think Mike Rutter of FlyMaybe would want to spoil this little scheme. Shurely he will step in quick to fill the gaps Ryanair leave just to keep the Easy competition out?
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Old 5th Sep 2010, 16:52
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They have said they will see what they can do to help passangers let down by FR. Have they mentioned which airport from ?
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Old 5th Sep 2010, 19:02
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Are we going to see Easyjet do a campaign in Ryanair style 'Rescue fare of £10 for all stranded Ryanair passengers'?

or

Bye bye Ryanair as mentioned on here the other night?
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Old 5th Sep 2010, 19:03
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Could easyJet operate effectively from BFS and BHD ?

European routes from BFS and Domestic routes from BHD ?
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Old 5th Sep 2010, 19:10
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European routes from BFS and Domestic routes from BHD ?
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You are correct they could do this, but why would they go head to head with Flybe on some many of the BHD routes, LGW, GLA, EDI, NCL and at the same time leave an opening for a different airline at BFS and all the while as Easyjet would reducing services at BFS how long would it be before BFS start seriously looking at FR coming in?

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Old 5th Sep 2010, 19:37
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Easyjet has to play the Bfs - Bhd situation carefully. Move too much to Bhd and Bfs will end up doing a deal with Fr. An Fr at Bfs with no restrictions re runway lenght, opening hours, pax cap. So far, the rumour is Bfs never did a deal with Fr to keep Ezy happy, but if Ezy start playing away, then the game changes for Bfs. That could end up being a bad senario for Ezy.

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Old 5th Sep 2010, 20:52
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Half the people using ie GLA-Belfast dont give two hoots which airport theyre going to so long as the pricings and timings suit, so I doubt there would be a significant change in numbers between BE and EZY even if they were head to head.
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EZY 5487 May Day in BRU

Yesterday in vicinity of Brussels EZY 5487 declared May Day. Any details.
Thanks.
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....passenger with suspected Heart Attack......hope all was well for the party involved.....
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