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Topic: Pax Receive Tick Bites On Recent Ryanair Flight
Username: PHX787
Posted 2012-09-10 23:49:52 and read 1944 times.

Let the FR drama/flamefest continue   

http://avherald.com/h?article=455928d3&opt=0

So anyone have any more info on here? This sounds like a serious problem if there's parasitic beings being on board (and Im not talking about the management/business practices of FR    )

Don't aircraft get regular fumigation treatments?

One commenter on AVHerald has it perfectly:

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This must have really ticked off the passengers.

Topic: RE: Pax Receive Tick Bites On Recent Ryanair Flight
Username: LifelinerOne
Posted 2012-09-11 00:05:56 and read 1897 times.

Pffff...

Quoting PHX787 (Thread starter):
Let the FR drama/flamefest continue

Indeed.

I don't know what the big deal is... I've been bitten by a (black widow) spider on a Beech 1900D of Continental Express in Florida and needed a shot at the ER in Orlando later on. That didn't made the news.

Quoting PHX787 (Thread starter):
Don't aircraft get regular fumigation treatments?

Yes.

But, as the report says; after the passengers got treatment, Ryanair did the right thing, removing the plane from service and debug it to be on the safe side. Who knows where the bugs came from, the passengers could have taken them on at the airport.

Nothing to do with Ryanair in my opinion, so carry on people, nothing to see here!  

Cheers!   

Topic: RE: Pax Receive Tick Bites On Recent Ryanair Flight
Username: PanHAM
Posted 2012-09-11 00:21:23 and read 1850 times.

MOL should charge passengers for bringing their pets on board.

Now, that happens when a carrier charges flea market prices. .

Topic: RE: Pax Receive Tick Bites On Recent Ryanair Flight
Username: Mir
Posted 2012-09-11 00:25:36 and read 1835 times.

I can see the comments on this thread getting pretty lyme pretty soon.   

-Mir

Topic: RE: Pax Receive Tick Bites On Recent Ryanair Flight
Username: Burkhard
Posted 2012-09-11 01:10:56 and read 1763 times.

Quoting PanHAM (Reply 2):
Now, that happens when a carrier charges flea market prices. .

Good remark, makes my day...

Two passengers had irritaions on the legs. They could have got an insect before entering the airport, at the airport, or in the plane, either from another passenger who brought them with him, or from a passenger the flight before. I think this happens every day, and can happen to every airline.

Topic: RE: Pax Receive Tick Bites On Recent Ryanair Flight
Username: astuteman
Posted 2012-09-11 03:50:47 and read 1530 times.

Quoting PHX787 (Thread starter):
Pax Receive Tick Bites On Recent Ryanair Flight

How much did they have to pay for them??????  

Rgds

Topic: RE: Pax Receive Tick Bites On Recent Ryanair Flight
Username: RussianJet
Posted 2012-09-11 04:43:47 and read 1454 times.

Short of ways to squeeze money from us, we now also have to pay in blood.


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