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Old 2nd Aug 2013, 13:12
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But FRs strategy is different. They wan to reduce checked in bags to zero to sav weight and fuel (unless its a PR excuse for price rises!). But it does make sense on their short haul short stay routes
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Old 2nd Aug 2013, 14:08
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Whats with all these apology letters all of a sudden?

It's cause Ryanair are sueing everyone personally who slags them of for 'false' accusations on here! They're covering their asses!

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Old 2nd Aug 2013, 16:46
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Its RYRs medieval tactics. Someone says something bad about RYR - their legal team get buzzing and similar to the deterrent of hanging a prisoner in public, they simply want individuals to post here so we can all sign and dance the RYR song like happy little campers.

No smoke from this fire.
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Old 2nd Aug 2013, 17:52
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http://http://www.express.co.uk/news...s-warn-Ryanair

I could be wrong so correct me if I am, I didn't think Ryanair carried cargo ie mail. So if they're working to rid all hold bags by increasing the price to take hold luggage, surely then the hold (or at least most of it) will be space wasted.

I know they're getting rid of hold luggage to save money on turn around times and baggage handling fees as said in the article, but there must be some other money making idea Ryanair can bring in to make use of the hold when there is no luggage in it.
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Old 2nd Aug 2013, 18:05
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Originally Posted by FRatSTN View Post
Bit of a strange one if you ask me...

London-Gatwick (LGW) to Cagliari (CAG), 3x weekly from Nov 6.

Probably because EZY already fly this route from STN?

Agreement between FR and CAG? KUN-CAG is on sale for w2013 as well - never seen winter sunshine routes being operated from here.
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Old 2nd Aug 2013, 18:25
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Well I didn't expect Michael O'Leary to be boarding my flight back to London this afternoon from Dublin. Not to many airline CEO's would be doing it. He takes a very hands on approach.
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Old 2nd Aug 2013, 20:53
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If FR don't want any baggage in the hold, then maybe they can put some passengers down there. 189 passagers up above with a view (5 charge) and a few cheap seats without a view in the hold.
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Old 2nd Aug 2013, 22:33
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Dont give MOL ideas,he might just take you up on that idea.....if he thought he could get away with it, who knows
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Old 2nd Aug 2013, 22:40
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Well I didn't expect Michael O'Leary to be boarding my flight back to London this afternoon from Dublin. Not to many airline CEO's would be doing it.
I'm assuming you were on a FR flight in which case I beg to differ. I think you'll find most airline CEO's, Chairmen and Board members make a habit of whenever possible flying on their airline but it's rarely anything to do with being "hands on" or a "jolly good chap/chapess". The PR consequences of being seen/photographed travelling on a rival airline can be a tad awkward (especially in MOL's case - can you imagine what the press would do with pictures of him checking in at LHR T5?) and in any event why put money into the coffers of a competitor?

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Old 3rd Aug 2013, 00:02
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Whats with all these apology letters all of a sudden?

It's cause Ryanair are sueing everyone personally who slags them of for 'false' accusations on here! They're covering their asses!
A bit more than that.

A number of posters were quite happy to make unsubstantiated claims without it appears proof and claim stuff which didn't exist.

A poster on here quite happily claimed that he did things against Ryanairs SOPs while an employee and boasted about it because he hated them.
Frankly if that person actually is real, people should welcome their outing, if they willfully ignored their employers SOPS, they put people lives in danger in acting unprofessionally because they appear to have a grudge.

In doing so under the cloak of anonymity they believed they would never be called on it and could just disappear before asked to prove what they say.

An organisation, any organisation has a right to its good name and also a right to defend itself.
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Old 3rd Aug 2013, 12:45
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WIGGY

when he says MOL was boarding his flight I assume he means that he was taking the boarding cards etc.
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Old 3rd Aug 2013, 16:48
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He has flow to the USA with EI when he was going to see Boeing just after 9/11, premier class of course.

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Old 4th Aug 2013, 09:01
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well he does own a large part of the airline...................
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Old 4th Aug 2013, 14:53
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I know they're getting rid of hold luggage to save money on turn around times and baggage handling fees as said in the article, but there must be some other money making idea Ryanair can bring in to make use of the hold when there is no luggage in it.
Cargo adversely impacts on turnaround times, and when your business model is built on tight turnarounds and high utilisation, you don't go looking for things to risk it.
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Old 4th Aug 2013, 15:05
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well he does own a large part of the airline...................

Unless he owns shares personally it is more likely it is the shareholders of RYR who own a slice of EI.
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Old 4th Aug 2013, 15:37
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Baggage hold

Often felt FR could have a lower deck for SLF under a certain size and weight , or even lieing down
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Old 4th Aug 2013, 22:17
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A long while back I read that Ryr had approached Stornoway SYY to make a few improvements to the airfield .
It already has a very long run way. In return they promised to bring much needed direct services to london and the Med.
Whats the chance of this being looked at again.
Ryr seem to like out of the way markets.
I bet islanders would jump at the offer of low fairs to the med. London and probably prestwick or edinburgh.
Id bet it would be a money spinner.
Have local island flights operate feeders into syy.
Oban for Example that could have a feeder to Syy.
They could have littlr competition up there.
And im surprised they didnt take a look at Sumburgh. Offer Direct flights to the Netherlands. Flights to london and Manchester and of Course the central belt.
Lots of oil money up there but no direct service
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Old 5th Aug 2013, 07:46
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Stop smoking those mushrooms!

They don't even fly from the oil hub ABZ, never mind looking at LSI, SYY or anywhere else in N.Scotland.
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Old 5th Aug 2013, 10:51
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Originally Posted by Richard Taylor:7976951
Onyx,

Stop smoking those mushrooms!

They don't even fly from the oil hub ABZ, never mind looking at LSI, SYY or anywhere else in N.Scotland.
Actually I hadnt. I was reading some old news item about Stornoway had been having discussions with Ryanair about services to the med and I think Stanstead.
Got me thinking that althouh not huge it must make a normal trip to the costas or anywhere beyond Glasgow very expensive.
Ditto The Northern Isles. Surely there must be a market for low cost carriers to find a way to go to these places.
There is after all a reasobable population up there.
So it wasnt imho a daft question.
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Old 5th Aug 2013, 19:32
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FR at SYY

Aren't routes to/from the Hebrides, Orkney and Shetlands operated under a "public service obligation" arrangement precisely because they are vital services but commercially loss-making without the support from the government?
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