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Ryan Air London Reviews

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Ryan Air Jan 13, 2013
Ryanair is the world’s favourite airline operating over 1,500 flights per day from 53 bases on 1,500 low fare routes across 28 countries, connecting over 168 destinations. Ryanair operates a fleet of over 290 new Boeing 737-800 aircraft with firm orders for a further 13 new aircraft (before taking account of planned disposals), which will be delivered over the next year. Ryanair has a team of more than 8,500 people and expects to carry over 80 million passengers in the current fiscal year.
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uzmansafdar uzmansaf…
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My Experience of Ryan Air Apr 30, 2010
After the lunch in London, my father and I had a two hours journey to London Stansted Airport, which is mainly used by the budget airlines like Ryan Air , Easy Jet and of course chartered aircrafts. We had to catch our Ryan Air flight to Madrid (Spain) which was selected after a lengthy debate between me and my father while planning the trip. To our astonishment it was quite cheap and even we could have paid lesser amount if we knew the tricks earlier. Anyways the airfare for this journey from London to Madrid was just 57 pounds for both of us which we could never have thought while sitting in Pakistan. It was a first good and unique experience because there were so many surprises we were about to witness like we had to Check in online which at first thought was how it can be possible?. As it was our first trip in any budget airline so we had a lot to learn. We reached the airport quite in time and went inside the airport after the security check and hardly after a five mins of wait time, we could see a final call for boarding at terminal 49…which turned out to be the last terminal of Stansted and after a quick and a long long walk we reached the terminal and assumed that we will be the first ones to board the aircraft.

But to our surprise we were among the last ones and after the long queue they told us that only one bag was allowed and 10 kg was limit though the weight was not checked anywhere ( though it is mentioned on the website) and we already had only one backpack that had acceptable dimensions and my father had a small bag for documents. After that we were taken downstairs and when we told to walk to aircraft, we started moving some people went from front and some from back…we followed the back benchers . As we entered the aircraft I showed my printed boarding pass the hostess checked it and the Air Hostess said the strangest thing I ever expected, “ Please find any place that suits you”…it was a bit strange for me but at the same time it was like a gun fire at athletics and somewhat my asian instincts came to life to run and Conquer two seats and I quickly scanned the aircraft….i realized I had limited options so we sat in the second last row of the aircraft.

On the lighter part I found Ryan Air as a local bus of Pakistan where Air hostess played the role of sales boys (hawkers) in our buses and they were displaying items and selling them. There was no meal and drink on board but available for everyone who wishes to purchase. Seats were not reclining but it was definitely a money saver package and overall it was a good learning and an experience of lifetime and definitely I will try this airline again.
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uzmansafdar says:
@ boris ... i am feeling lucky to have a safe trip after your feedback...its good to be lucky some time :)
Posted on: Jul 31, 2011
uzmansafdar says:
@ Rajeev ...its was the first budget airline of Europe...now i am looking forward to Air Asia.... then i will share my opinion and i am expecting the same feature that RyanAir offered ...btw thanx for smile :)
Posted on: Jul 31, 2011
uzmansafdar says:
Thanks Alot buddies! for all your smiles and congrats!
I hope quality of my reviews improve under the shade of your encouragement. :)
Posted on: Jul 31, 2011

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