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Ryanair Pax Remain In Plane For Hours After Flight  
User currently offlineThorben From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 19653 times:

Found only sources in German. New all-time low for Ryanair.

Plane landed in Liège (Belgium) instead of Beauvais (France), without any prior warning and shortly before midnight. Crew locked the toilets (but left the cockpit door open) and left. Cabin was dark. More than 100 passengers refused to leave the plane. Police/ambulances had to negotiate for four hours with them before they left. Plane had left Fes (Morocco) with three hours delay.

What the heck I can only say. Makes me think twice about ever flying Ryanair again.

http://www.aero.de/news-11532/ry.html

http://www.stern.de/reise/service/wu...streik-im-ryanair-jet-1624714.html

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User currently offlineNoUFO From Germany, joined Apr 2001, 7966 posts, RR: 12
Reply 1, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 19661 times:

You beat me by a couple of minutes.  

I don't think I have ever heard of a mutiny onboard an airliner.
At least the continent was the correct one.



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User currently offlineoly720man From United Kingdom, joined May 2004, 6842 posts, RR: 11
Reply 2, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 19595 times:

The English speaking world has caught up

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...passengers-refuse-leave-plane.html



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User currently offlineFlying Belgian From Belgium, joined Jun 2001, 2399 posts, RR: 9
Reply 3, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 19535 times:
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Local Belgian Authorities have arranged coaches to transfer them to their final destination, it was around 6am this morning when they left Liège Bierset with buses. Airport authorities have done so in order to avoid riots and incidents. Pax were VERY angry and aggressive according to airport police and fire brigade support.

Will FR pay for the buses ???

Apparently the airplane left Fes with three hours of delay because of Morocco's King presence. All traffic was held for three hours. And... Beauvais Airport has a curfew (like most of subsidised "Ryanairports").

This story is (again) a buzz here with people whining and complaining in newspapers and radio. As usual.

Once for all, they should understand that one gets what it has paid for. Shouldn't they ?



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User currently offlineBrusselsSouth From Belgium, joined Aug 2001, 628 posts, RR: 5
Reply 4, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 19514 times:

Quoting NoUFO (Reply 1):
I don't think I have ever heard of a mutiny onboard an airliner.

This happened before. Off the top of my head :

http://www.associatedcontent.com/art...n_holidaymakers_refuse_to_fly.html

and, in French as I don't have time to search for another link now :

http://www.lepost.fr/article/2008/06...on-les-passagers-se-rebellent.html

Regards
BrusselsSouth


User currently offlinePanHAM From Germany, joined May 2005, 9727 posts, RR: 31
Reply 5, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 19478 times:

Rather makes one think twice about those stupid night curfews. That's where the passengers should have protested, bext day in front of the Beauvais town hall. As we all know, diversions happen for that reason many times avery night anywhere in this world so that NIMBY's can have their peaceful sleep and instead several hundred disgruntled passengers lose their sleep on lenghty bus transfers.

This kind of sit-in was stupid and did not lead anywhere instead of prolonging their journey time. What did they thoink? FR to get a crew out theere and fly to Beauvais, landing at a closed airport?



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User currently offlineEBGflyer From Denmark, joined Sep 2006, 1018 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 19462 times:

C'mon...it's only 330 kms off. Would make a nice bus ride in the middle of the night.

Another example of Ryanair service. If everything works (and you didn't make a typo in the booking), they will probably take you cheaper from A to B (exactly how much cheaper is usually hard to judge after fully completing the booking proces). If things go wrong...you're screwed and probably also in the middle of nowhere.



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User currently offlineAustrianZRH From Austria, joined Aug 2007, 1404 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 19381 times:

A colleague of mine flew MAD-ZRH a couple of weeks ago. They noticed they were in GVA when they came off the jetbridge and saw Welcome to Geneva / Bienvenue à Genève signs on the airport. No announcement on the plane. They finally arrived at ZRH at 3:30 am, and the bus driver refused to stop in Zurich city. Useless to say there's no public transportation available in the middle of the night, he ended up paying 100 CHF+ for a taxi.

And what, all that on legacy carrier IB, not FR.



WARNING! The post above should be taken with a grain of salt! Furthermore, it may be slightly biased towards A.
User currently offlineUshermittwoch From Germany, joined Jan 2004, 2969 posts, RR: 16
Reply 8, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 19283 times:

Quoting AustrianZRH (Reply 7):
And what, all that on legacy carrier IB, not FR.

But we all know that there is not too much difference between the two nowadays.

Overall, it was a really dumb move by the pax, IMHO. The question is just if FR had made any arrangements beforehand to get the pax back to Paris or not.



Where have all the tri-jets gone...
User currently offlinebj87 From Netherlands, joined Jun 2009, 448 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 19186 times:

If Ryanair had already arranged to take the passengers to Beauvais by bus then I think the passengers overreacted a bit. However if Ryanair told them "hey we got you in the neighbourhood now find your own way home" then I would say this was a great Ryanair style action of the passengers.

On a side note I am a little disappointed in Ryanair. They missed out on some revenue by closing the toilets. Just put a friendly flight attendant there and ask for a euro if someone wants to use it. The passengers had nowhere else to go so it would have been a great opportunity to find out how much people are willing to pay to dump their excess baggage.  


User currently offlinekaitak From Ireland, joined Aug 1999, 12593 posts, RR: 34
Reply 10, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 19070 times:

Quoting Thorben (Thread starter):

Plane landed in Liège (Belgium) instead of Beauvais (France), without any prior warning and shortly before midnight. Crew locked the toilets (but left the cockpit door open) and left. Cabin was dark. More than 100 passengers refused to leave the plane. Police/ambulances had to negotiate for four hours with them before they left. Plane had left Fes (Morocco) with three hours delay.

I sincerely hope that either the EU or the Irish regulator throws the book at FR over this, although there;'s not much chance of the latter happening; the Irish regulator is quite spineless. The EU should fine FR over this and ensure that on top of the fine, a compensation amount of $1-2,000 is paid to each passenger, plus the costs of the police/ambulance service manpower costs as a result of having to come to the airport. Leaving a plane full of passengers is TOTALLY unacceptable on a number of grounds - safety and security being two. The captain of the aircraft should have his licence suspended as well.

The EU needs to be putting its foot down and an example should be made of incidents should as this, "pour encourager les autres".

Quoting Flying Belgian (Reply 3):
Once for all, they should understand that one gets what it has paid for. Shouldn't they ?

Yes, but they didn't get what they had paid for!


User currently offlineEBGflyer From Denmark, joined Sep 2006, 1018 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 19038 times:

Quoting PanHAM (Reply 5):
Rather makes one think twice about those stupid night curfews.

Why is a curfew stupid? If you lived right around a secondary airport, you probably wouldn't think so. These airports are not meant for high cycles of traffic and where located around residential areas it makes perfect sense. Ryanair is (probably) well aware of restrictions like this, but what could turn out to be inconviences for passengers doesn't appear when you buy a ticket. Especially Ryanair likes to make everyone believe that they get the same service for a lower price.

You'd think they had a plan B when a flight arrival gets delayed until after an airport closure. It's surprising to hear that the local authorities had to organize bus transfer. Wouldn't it be the responsibility of Ryanair???



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User currently offlinealoges From Germany, joined Jan 2006, 8760 posts, RR: 42
Reply 12, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 18985 times:

Quoting Flying Belgian (Reply 3):
Once for all, they should understand that one gets what it has paid for. Shouldn't they?

You mean it's OK to leave a plane in working order and full of passengers behind on an essentially empty airfield? That's a new one!

Quoting kaitak (Reply 10):
Yes, but they didn't get what they had paid for!

   They paid for transport to Beauvais, not to Liège. Ryanair didn't take them there and by all accounts had no intention of doing so.



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User currently offlinePanHAM From Germany, joined May 2005, 9727 posts, RR: 31
Reply 13, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 18870 times:

Quoting EBGflyer (Reply 11):
Why is a curfew stupid? If y

I live underneath the TABUM departure track of FRA and get flights regularly at any time of the day, inclduing after midnight. I am not complaining. Such curfews are stupid because they do not take circumstances into consideration like this case. Obviously, the flight was delayed because of reasons FR could nothing to about. In such cases, late arrivals should be allowed, especially since landing aircraft hardly any nuisance to anyone. Regular roiaqd traffic is noisier also at secondary airport cities and no one asks to curfew that at nights, neither trains.

You don't know if FR reufsed a bus transfer or not. We all know that FR has handling agents and LGG is AFAIK not a regular stop. Whjat can a diverted crew do? Especiall



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User currently offlineLIFFY1A From Ireland, joined Jan 2008, 120 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 18632 times:

Quoting kaitak (Reply 10):
I sincerely hope that either the EU or the Irish regulator throws the book at FR over this



What about the passengers? Surely it's illegal to stay on board an aircraft when the captain has requested your removal.

Quoting kaitak (Reply 10):
Leaving a plane full of passengers is TOTALLY unacceptable on a number of grounds - safety and security being two. The captain of the aircraft should have his licence suspended as well.



How about waiting till the facts come out before writing that the captain should have his licence suspended.


User currently offlineFlying Belgian From Belgium, joined Jun 2001, 2399 posts, RR: 9
Reply 15, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 18594 times:
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A small update from Belgian TV:

- Four FR planes bound to Beauvais made a diversion to Liège last night.

- Only one flight was problematic: the one coming from FES. Aircraft cabin has been heavily vandalised, pax even spited to airport's employees. No problems with the three others as pax de-planed to wait inside the terminal.

- Crew was more than out of duty it seems.

Wonder how FR will react...



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User currently offlinealoges From Germany, joined Jan 2006, 8760 posts, RR: 42
Reply 16, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 18491 times:

Quoting Flying Belgian (Reply 15):
- Four FR planes bound to Beauvais made a diversion to Liège last night.

- Only one flight was problematic: the one coming from FES.

So FR did offer ground transport (buses) to Beauvais? In that case, my earlier reply: "They paid for transport to Beauvais, not to Liège. Ryanair didn't take them there and by all accounts had no intention of doing so." only makes sense if there was a cock-up with those buses, such as ordering too few of them.

That leaves the reason for the diversions: airport curfew or fog, as I read elsewhere? Perhaps it was foggy, they flew holding patterns waiting for the fog to clear, diverted to Liège as the fuel ran low(er) and went with buses from there because Beauvais was closed until 4 am anyway, meaning there was no point in waiting on the ground in Liège for the fog to clear in Beauvais since the bus would have arrived before 4 am.

Quoting Flying Belgian (Reply 15):
- Crew was more than out of duty it seems.

Still, you don't abandon a hundred or more passengers, no matter how agitated they are, if you're taking them seriously.



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User currently offlineUshermittwoch From Germany, joined Jan 2004, 2969 posts, RR: 16
Reply 17, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 18378 times:

Does CDG have a curfew?


Where have all the tri-jets gone...
User currently offlineThorben From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 18, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 18293 times:

German mag Spiegel reports that Beauvais was closed due to fog, not curfew. There are few regulations against fog. Can't even blame the EU for this.  

Anyway, crew made a severe mistake by not (or not properly) announcing they were changing the destination. In addition, how can they lock the toilets, let the cockpit open and just walk away? Crew can't just abandon ship like that, not in such a situation. But maybe they had to get to their other jobs as taxi-drivers or night guards.  

But OK, have to admit the crew wasn't where they intended to be either. What happens in such a case? Do they have to stay overnight to fly the plane back to where it is supposed to be the next morning?


User currently offlinecuban8 From Kiribati, joined Sep 2009, 281 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 18282 times:

If you are serious airline (which I serioulsy doubt RyanAir is when it comes to passenger service), the normal thing to do would be to divert to ORY or CDG which is much closer to Beauvais and Paris which is most probably the final destination for most of the passengers

Diverting to Liege is another example of how cheap RyanAir is operating and how much they do (not) care about their passengers.

Quoting PanHAM (Reply 5):
Rather makes one think twice about those stupid night curfews. That's where the passengers should have protested, bext day in front of the Beauvais town hall. As we all know, diversions happen for that reason many times avery night anywhere in this world so that NIMBY's can have their peaceful sleep and instead several hundred disgruntled passengers lose their sleep on lenghty bus transfers.

That's one way of seeing it. Or, you can do like any normal airline and make a better planning of your schedule. Having 4!!! FR-planes diverting in the same evening should give you an indication about the airline procedures, not airport regulations. Having flown many times in Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia.... I think it should be obvious for FR as well to know how slow operations can be in those countries.


User currently offlinerobffm2 From Germany, joined Dec 2006, 1124 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 18237 times:

Quoting Thorben (Thread starter):
Crew locked the toilets (but left the cockpit door open)

I hope pax used the cockpit...


User currently offlinePanHAM From Germany, joined May 2005, 9727 posts, RR: 31
Reply 21, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 18182 times:

Quoting cuban8 (Reply 19):
That's one way of seeing it. Or, you can do like any normal airline and make a better planning of your schedule.

I find myself in the strange position of defending FR here. An airline I would rather not fly with. But. regardless what the reason was, Moroccan king or fog, how can you plan such things, may I politely ask you?

Have we got all the reasons? Why did they divert to LGG and not CRL where they have a base? Maybe CRL was fogged in as well. Is a crew supposed to deal with a bunch of hostile, rioting passengers and endanger themselves? I'd say no. That is police matter and from what we read, they should have arrested all of them.



Es saugt und blaest der Heinzelmann wo Mutti sonst nur blasen kann. Frueher war mehr Lametta.
User currently offlineBurkhard From Germany, joined Nov 2006, 4409 posts, RR: 2
Reply 22, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 17037 times:

Quoting EBGflyer (Reply 6):
Another example of Ryanair service. If everything works (and you didn't make a typo in the booking), they will probably take you cheaper from A to B (exactly how much cheaper is usually hard to judge after fully completing the booking proces). If things go wrong...you're screwed and probably also in the middle of nowhere.

As I heared FR had arranged the buses. I had a flight into Hahn which was closed due to fog, so we landed in Karlsruhe and Ryanair brought us by bus to Hahn. Like everybody else does. No difference.

Maybe there are people flying with Ryanair who should better stay home. And yes, it is the night closure, not the alternative kanding they should protest.


User currently offlinerolypolyman From United States of America, joined Mar 2009, 159 posts, RR: 0
Reply 23, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 16847 times:

Wish we could get pictures of the vandalism (or more info). Any vandalism in the cockpit? It makes me wonder if the repair cost will exceed the costs of landing after curfew.

User currently offlineJJJ From Spain, joined May 2006, 1887 posts, RR: 1
Reply 24, posted (4 years 1 month 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 16600 times:

Quoting Burkhard (Reply 22):
And yes, it is the night closure, not the alternative kanding they should protest.

And why not the king showing up and scr*wing with the flight planning of the day?


25 BasilFawlty : Probably yes, since the aircraft operates BVA-FEZ-MAD-FEZ-BVA(LGG) Yes, that's the normal procedure. As long as they arrange alternative transport (w
26 Post contains links aloges : If you care about your passengers, you'll divert to the most convenient nearby airport. If you don't, you'll divert to the cheapest. I'd still like s
27 Post contains links mckvakk : According to Ryanair Spokesperson Stephen McNamara they are considering pressing charges against the passengers that stayed behind. Source in norwegia
28 cuban8 : What I'm trying to say is, no matter the reason fog, Moroccan King or curfew, flying into a small airport at late hours (curfew, limited equipment et
29 Ushermittwoch : If BVA was closed due to wx, then this is not relevant.
30 musapapaya : I think the whole situation is around a few things: 1. Crew should inform passengers when they have the intention or information about the diversion.
31 Post contains images MD11Engineer : I´ve seen reputable airlines divert into other airports (where they don´t usually go) due to unforeseen circumstances. In this case the airport´s
32 RamblinMan : Well if you care at all about customer service.... oh, wait, nevermind. Yes but you could divert somewhere close to the original, or at least inform
33 LUPOR1D : Childish behaviour on part of passengers. Crew should have informed them a diversion was required. Ryanair crew are instructed not to divert to CDG be
34 wingman : It would be an interesting lawsuit to watch if the passengers caused some serious damage to the cabin. Without cameras, crew or airport personnel to s
35 FlyCaledonian : I'm no fan of Ryanair, and wouldn't plan on flying them, but I'm disgusted by the reaction of some on here who seem to believe that it is perfectly ac
36 kaitak : If the aircraft was actually vandalised and the crew abused, physically, verbally or in any other way, then it is certainly something to be condemned
37 MD11Engineer : According to the two sources (in German) quoted by the OP, busses were made available, but the passengers refused to use them and demanded to get to
38 YULWinterSkies : Well, not exactly... Ryanair or not, they pay to get to A, not to B. Diversions are a risk at any airline, and the costs associated to these should b
39 alasdair1982 : Any other English source other than THAT website?
40 Post contains links Larshjort : http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standa...air-flight-switch-causes-mutiny.do The passengers were offered transportation by bus to Beauvais airport, I can
41 Tobias2702 : Does anyone know the reg of the aircraft involved? I'm asking because I'm trying to figure out if there was any damage done to the interior due to "ri
42 Pihero : I find it extraordinary : the king of Morocco is responsible ! One can say what he/she wants ; it doesn't alter the fact that during that flight there
43 BasilFawlty : EI-EMN according acars logs, currently based in Madrid. Only 1 flight has been logged which is I guess an empty ferry flight.
44 WROORD : I guess the pax were members of some labour union, here in US people would start running to the exit while plane is still taxing if they could.... But
45 Quokka : While not justifying the delays caused by the King's visit it should be put in perspective. European monarchs are largely symbolic and real business o
46 Post contains links flyingbird : http://data.flight24.com/airplanes/ei-emn/
47 Icarus75 : I think that ORY closes at 1100pm.
48 garpd : A lot of heated anti-FR comments here using poor quality reporting or supposition as their basis. The simple truth is that the plane diverted along wi
49 Thorben : No, but people react a lot more aggressive when they face a fait accompli than when they are explained what is going to happen beforehand. Add to tha
50 garpd : That still does not excuse the actions of the passengers. And besides, what they did worsened their delay!
51 Thorben : Maybe they were hoping that this would lead to a flight to Beauvais. Or they were just angry and behaved like that. They are humans, not robots. Howe
52 Pihero : Funny, you're using the same info but in a totally different direction. Maybe you could really, but really wonder what made these passengers differen
53 AirNZ : And on how many occasions has this regularly happened in the US....or does it being Ryanair this time make it so 'important' and 'unaccceptable'? The
54 Post contains images Maersk737 : Travellers wants the best of the best, at no cost..... When do we learn? In the real world it's a dream scenario Peter
55 garpd : The first article mentioned is extremely poorly and sensationally written. I base my opinion on ready articles on the same subject from over a dozen
56 Pihero : Oh boy ! did they ever demonstrate that fact ! And you have the cheek to criticize the striking French ! Legal hours !???!.. when they 're still a bu
57 garpd : Did I mention nationality? No I did not. I am questioning the validity of the passengers actions. I have a perfect right to. It's not cheek at all. T
58 MD11Engineer : On the 737NG powering off the aircraft systems (even if the aircraft is being left on ground service bus) removes power from the cockpit door lock. T
59 garpd : That is a very good point indeed. I would also say that even if the Captain were to exercise his/her discretion and stay onboard longer, they would m
60 Pihero : Hello, MD11Engineer. Sorry. That's certainly not the procedure I've met in all the industry. And how do they secure their aircraft in such an ouside
61 Post contains images garpd : Realy? Damn... I better cancel my application to flight school! I do agree with you though on the law on the land. I was disgusted when I learned abo
62 AA43E : Ok, this doesn't make sense. The captain and crew are responsible to to get the passengers on the ground safely which they did. The passengers chose
63 MD11Engineer : It is simply a fact. Shut down power on a 737NG, the electronic cockpit lock gets disabled (on ground only). I had situations, where the flight crew
64 hiflyer : Interesting that it is law in the US that no passenger can be onboard an aircraft without the minimum number of qualified flt atts onboard in case of
65 Post contains images PlanesNTrains : Which, right there, is something to remember. You CHOSE to live around an airport. Maybe the airport came after they did, but short of that I never u
66 Pihero : One wears stripes in order to be identified by people outside the crew. In this case, and in my career, my passengers knew exactly who came to talk t
67 PlanesNTrains : I would think that there would be provisions for situations where an F/A feels that their safety is in question. Perhaps I'm wrong. -Dave
68 peterjohns : What a great story! Ryanair has done itself a great PR favor there!! What a shame I wasn´t on that flight- I would have powered the lights right back
69 Pihero : Dave, Don't know of any . The crew is responsible for the safety of their passengers until they deplane. Full stop. A clear cut situation in legal te
70 Post contains images 330guy : Ryanair should be proud that passengers actually wanted to stay on board the aircraft....
71 LIFFY1A : Even if the crews safety is at stake?
72 PlanesNTrains : Well, you might be right, and they might be in trouble. In the end, though, if I was a crewmember and my safety was in question due to an out-of-cont
73 vfw614 : I am always surprised about that "you buy a cheap so you are deprived of your legal rights" attitude? I am wondering if those advocating such a view t
74 PlanesNTrains : No one was injured or killed or poisoned or anything - other than inconvenienced. They paid to get from A to B and Ryanair ultimately was providing t
75 david_itl : anyone care to shed light on this - tonight's weather at LBA: EGNM 182350Z 17005KT 0300 R14/0375 FG VV/// 06/06 Q1005 EGNM 182320Z 16005KT 0200 R14/04
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