View Full Version : Ryanair cancelling flights in Wildcat action. (edited for spelling)

peter we
23rd Jul 2008, 12:17
Ryanair seems to be cancelling flights at short notice.

Can anybody shine some light on this?

23rd Jul 2008, 12:21
Please be more specific (i.e., flight nos, routes, dates). Thanks.

peter we
23rd Jul 2008, 12:26
29th July Krakow-Stansted

23rd Jul 2008, 12:32
One cancelled flight = "wildcat"?


peter we
23rd Jul 2008, 12:34
Wildcat=Random, so yes.

23rd Jul 2008, 12:38
Who is 'Rayair'?

23rd Jul 2008, 12:39
6 days isn't "short" notice. Short notice is when you are in the departure lounge and the flight is cancelled!

23rd Jul 2008, 12:47
Wildcat=Random, so yes.

Aaaahh, I see. So they wrote all the flight numbers on bits of paper and 'randomly' drew them out. To what end?

Your thread is titled "Rayair (sic) cancelling flights in Wildcat action". That's flights plural so can you tell us which others have been pulled? Otherwise maybe we can have this re-titled 'Passenger Complains His Flight Is Cancelled'.

peter we
23rd Jul 2008, 12:57
According to another thread http://www.pprune.org/forums/airlines-airports-routes/274500-ryanair-6-a-108.html , to pressure the airports to reduce their fee's.

But that would be a rumour, which is why I'm asking here.

23rd Jul 2008, 13:07
So can I ask again?

How so 'random'?

Which other flights?

Duck Rogers
23rd Jul 2008, 13:10
If it's already being discussed in another thread I think we can spare this one.