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Topic: Ryanair's First Class (April Fools)
Username: 764
Posted 2010-04-07 10:06:58 and read 5177 times.

I just thought I'd share an April Fools joke from our internal (not confidential) newsletter with you. It's a little late, but amusing nonetheless:
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The Irish discount airline Ryanair today announced plans to introduce a First Class section on all of its pan-European flights. Aircraft conversion is scheduled to begin after the busy summer travel season and is expected to be completed in time for the Christmas travel rush.

Ryanair's new premium product will provide travelers with a whole list of unprecedented travel comforts at no additional charge. Travelers will enjoy the following amenities:

Use of Check In Desk
Free Hand Luggage (15lbs)
Free Checked Bag (35lbs)
Boarding Pass
Use of Jetbridge (where available)
Guaranteed Seating
A generous 30" pitch
Reading Light
Window Shade
Overhead Luggage Bin
Free Water
Access to the Newly Introduced Inflight Refreshment Center
Valet Luggage Delivery via Baggage Carousels
Free "Ryanair First" Sticker

Ryanair is especially proud to announce its new Inflight Refreshment Centers which will be exclusively available to First Class travelers. These centers feature a stainless steel toilet as well as sink, a mirror, comfortable lighting and a generous supply of toilet paper.

For a limited time, Ryanair First tickets will be available for as little as EUR 199 each way.

Topic: RE: Ryanair's First Class (April Fools)
Username: Stitch
Posted 2010-04-07 10:23:46 and read 5058 times.

I see I still have to pay £1 to use the lavatory, but maybe I'd get priority access to the single loo they plan to leave?

Topic: RE: Ryanair's First Class (April Fools)
Username: initious
Posted 2010-04-07 10:44:15 and read 4891 times.

Quoting 764 (Thread starter):
A generous 30" pitch

Probably the tightest first class in the skies? 


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