Never fly with these shitheels. If you can’t afford to fly a real airline you can’t afford to fly nor can you afford the risk of what’s going to happen to you.
Usually, I can’t afford to fly and it’s no loss to the world.
One day their creative accounting is going to collapse like a house of cards. I wouldn’t let them owe me any money.
(they amortise aircraft gradually from 100% on their books down to 40% or so iirc unlike the rest of the world. Part of why they have so many airplanes they bought for over the odds in mothballs. They can’t admit they are worthless)
I’ve never been, but I hear that Europe has many lovely trains, as well.
Completely on-brand for Ryanair – including the part where it turns out they’re actually doing passengers a favour by blacklisting them.
They had their onlyfans moment of realizing that being sleazy was their true nature and so F the payment processors.
Stopped flying with those shits years ago, and am better off for it, never having to see Stanstead or Luton again is just an added bonus.
Good luck trying to find a train to Ireland
Hey man, those Belarusian escorts add up. /s
Frustratingly if I want to get to get to Ireland, it’s either use them, travel far further to the airport and pay 3 times as much, or spend all day on the train and ferry
I spend all day on the train and ferry.
(For anyone who doesn’t know, rail and sail is a cheap way to Dublin from most of the UK, and you can generally get cheap prices even at short notice)
It is coming from the “Fraud Department”.
Isn’t this extortion?
Wait, so the airline that floated the idea of cramming people into “standing-room only” shipping racks seats are still a bunch of amoral, money-grubbing a-holes? What are the odds?
Combined rail and ferry ticket from any Great Britain station to any Ireland station.
ETA I see @stumo beat me to it.
You doubt the Tory Party’s promise to build a bridge? Shame on you sir/madam/other!
Honestly, sounds like Ryanair is doing people a favor by blacklisting them. Removes the temptation.
I’m from Belgium, not from the UK.
It was quietly cancelled a couple of weeks ago.
Shocked. I’m shocked.
NI has the land connection it most needs already. Most farmers are in co-ops with farmers in the south. It’s part of why the majority voted against Brexit and support the NI protocol.
Both of which issues I have no doubt that Frost recognised in his briefings today. I’m sure the Toryfap led with that after their mea culpa from the report on disastrous Tory handling of the pandemic.