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BigFrank 18th Sep 2017 15:16

His Master's Voice
 
Now it's the weather and ATC which are also to blame.

Just heard it live in BBC 5-live at the moment.

"Enjoy" as our American cousins assert; so frustratingly.

Now he has just rowed back to say he is not blaming weather/ ATC but it is all due to "allocating 12 months leave in a 9 month space."

Now he has just blamed "thunderstorms over Barcelona"

¿Coherent?

They have prepared a list of cancellations to the end of October.

But it is not clear when they will publish it.

"Lines of flying" jargon to the fore. LOF = 1 aircraft ??

Emails to be sent today ? YES he says



I'm off. For my flight to Beauvais. If it's not cancelled, natch.

(He has stated they will pay EU261 for flights over next 2 weeks Max 20m€ hit here for Ryanair) Smaller figure quoted for revenues(?)

Mons-case gets a mention; 100% dismissive of its implications. "I'm just quoting him."
Now he is inviting everyone to join a union "with which we will not negotiate."

Sober Lark 18th Sep 2017 15:51

Fair deal Frank's windfall. Books his cheap €9.99 flights to keep his options for travel open and gains €250 compensation +++

j636 18th Sep 2017 17:16

Ryanair have terminated interlining talks with Norwegian airlines.

https://twitter.com/JMulliganIndo/st...02799319388165

toledoashley 18th Sep 2017 17:19

By the sound of it they were miffed that Norwegian signed up with easyJet.

Mr Angry from Purley 18th Sep 2017 17:21

Why not do a BA and borrow 9 Qatar A320's for the next 6 weeks.....
When it comes to it FR is profit first passengers last.....

RAT 5 18th Sep 2017 17:24

By the sound of it they were miffed that Norwegian signed up with easyJet.

Or they were the catalyst because they 'poached' RYR pilots.

WHBM 18th Sep 2017 17:30

Disappointing that the BBC reporting of all this, serving Ryanair's largest market, is still, days after the situation emerged, just about parroting Ryanair's statements. Feature on BBC Monday lunchtime news was still parroting the official line of "40 cancellations a day", when it is surely not hard for them to find (here and elsewhere) that in reality it is twice as many. The rest of the report was taken up with yet another of the ad nauseam repetitions of the EU compensation requirements.

Just lazy reporting.

daz211 18th Sep 2017 18:51

Full list of Ryanair's cancellations
 
Hope the link works

https://www.documentcloud.org/docume...ml#document/p1

sinbad73 18th Sep 2017 18:58


Originally Posted by daz211 (Post 9895971)

I wouldn't refer to that - they have already updated the cancellations. There were no cancellations showing from GLA earlier and there are now.

daz211 18th Sep 2017 19:30

Well it's now showing on Ryanair's website
https://www.ryanair.com/gb/en/useful...cancellations7

BCALBOY 18th Sep 2017 19:35

The canx posted by DAZ covers the period 25Sep-28Oct ,and this appears to still be correct .

There is a separate tranche covering 21-24Sep which he has not posted ,and this includes one rotation from Glasgow to Carcassone on Sat 23Sep.

01475 18th Sep 2017 19:35

The latest statement about cancelling flights on busy routes where they could accomodate passengers the day before or after also doesn't ring true; I saw STN-TLL flights cancelled, and that only operates 4x weekly.

alm1 18th Sep 2017 20:05


Originally Posted by 01475 (Post 9896017)
The latest statement about cancelling flights on busy routes where they could accomodate passengers the day before or after also doesn't ring true; I saw STN-TLL flights cancelled, and that only operates 4x weekly.

Madrid-Verona is twice weekly and still has cancellation.

mik3bravo 18th Sep 2017 22:04

Storm in a tea cup. It's today's news story. FR ballsed up, big deal. Shit happens. 2% of their customer base affected. The FR monster machine will continue to out perform the other wannabe's.

01475 18th Sep 2017 22:04

It's good they've got the list out, and it does seem to be better thought out than the initial scramble in terms of targetting routes with multiple daily flights / other options. In that sense they can now start to try and limit the harm.

But... everyone knows this is out there, and they are presumably now stretched to breaking point. The next lot of bad press starts when they (given their size) start cancelling extra flights because of crew shortages; and probably it will happen somewhere every single day.

3wheels 18th Sep 2017 23:17


Originally Posted by mik3bravo (Post 9896186)
Storm in a tea cup. It's today's news story. FR ballsed up, big deal. Shit happens. 2% of their customer base affected. The FR monster machine will continue to out perform the other wannabe's.

Nope, 100% of their customer base affected. Who will fly with them in the next few weeks, or months?
What if more pilots leave...
It's the beginning of the end....

canberra97 18th Sep 2017 23:17

You need to walk around with a sandwich board with your last statement:-)

Charlie Roy 18th Sep 2017 23:38


Originally Posted by DublinPole (Post 9892625)
Next chapter of this long running story has started, Ryanair will withdraw from Chopin Airport domestic flights from Warsaw to Gdansk and Wroclaw.

PPL has been allocating Ryanair the furthest posswible aircraft parking spaces from the airport building in order to make the services less competitive and there has also been long delays in ground transport to these planes that is often late and involves a 15-20 minute bus ride to the terminal via a very indirect route.

A complaint to the EU has been made.

http://www.aviation24.be/airports/wa...-45-km-warsaw/
DublinPole, what's up with this new proposed 3rd Warsaw airport. Why not just expand Modlin?

A350Saltire 18th Sep 2017 23:39


Originally Posted by mik3bravo (Post 9896186)
Storm in a tea cup. It's today's news story. FR ballsed up, big deal. Shit happens. 2% of their customer base affected. The FR monster machine will continue to out perform the other wannabe's.

http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/b...20170918135950

1sky 19th Sep 2017 05:42

Ryanair press conference in Burgas - Bulgaria this morning.


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