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- Mon 29 Dec 2014 00:08
- Forum: Travel
- Topic: Future development plans for Perpignan airport
- Replies: 70
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If we assume that current routes will stay, then Stansted (Ryanair) and Southampton (Flybe) will remain convenient for people able to reach those airports within, let's say for the sake of argument, 2 - 2.5 hours - I'm assuming by road. For those travelling from the north (Leeds, Hull, Manchester - ...
- Fri 28 Feb 2014 19:06
- Forum: Travel
- Topic: Firefly car hire at Girona airport
- Replies: 23
- Views: 19906
That's what we've been considering. But have you compared the cost of car-hire in Spain with the cost for the same period from Carcassonne? We found a BIG difference - France seems to be MUCH more expensive.
I do wish people wouldn't mis-read posts on this forum. I wasn't suggesting that Ryanair should have landed, or tried to take off, in bad weather, nor was I blaming them for not doing so. And yes, compensation and insurance are very important, as this experience shows; and yes, there is an interesti...
Just in case anyone gets the impression that all this signifies a heightened degree of customer care by Ryanair...on Saturday 26th October (note the day), the incoming Ryanair flight to Perpignan was diverted because of adverse weather (high winds) to Montpellier airport. Fair enough. We heard that ...
I've watched this correspondence with interest. Kate is right to sound a note of caution, though for practical (though of course not for legal) purposes a company is often indistinguishable from the individuals running it (look at Ryanair!). Like other correspondents, I have never had a problem with...
Yes, knowing Veolia's priorities would be interesting. I think I was one of the first to alert to the bmibaby pull-out of summer flights to Perpignan, and the only response to that on this forum was a laconic 'well, that's business'. All very well, but the current mess regarding flights, and the com...