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User currently onlineAmricanShamrok From Ireland, joined May 2008, 2873 posts, RR: 0
Posted (4 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 19 hours ago) and read 12153 times:

FR1182: Shannon Airport (SNN) – London Gatwick Airport (LGW)
FR1185: London Gatwick Airport (LGW) – Shannon Airport (SNN)


I’m a first-year college student who is lucky enough to have Wednesdays off so myself and a friend decided to do a daytrip to London to see the sights. This was decided back in October but only came up again recently when I was checking prices and Ryanair from Shannon to Gatwick return worked out the cheapest at €12 all-in (€22 really because we were paying with our Laser cards). This was an amazing price and much cheaper than my SNN-DUB-SNN flights ( Aer Lingus Domestic (SNN-DUB-SNN) On The A330+pics (by AmricanShamrok Feb 13 2010 in Trip Reports) ) a few weeks ago with Aer Lingus which worked out at €135!

Anyway I was excited about the whole experience because it would be my first time on Ryanair, my first time to England and my first time travelling on a Next Generation 737. The flights were booked two months ago and were about €18 cheaper than going with FR to Stansted and €66 cheaper than EI to Heathrow.

We checked-in and printed our boarding passes a few days before so we wouldn’t be slapped with a hefty fine at the airport. The day before our trip we went to the AIB Bank on O’Connell St., Limerick where we converted €100 into £85 – not too bad.

I arose last Wednesday morning (3/3/10) at 09:00 and met my friend. We had planned on walking to the bus station but it was pouring rain so we decided to drive. The cost of leaving your car at the station is only €4 and you can leave it there for as long as you want. The bus to the airport would cost €4.50 return (on 50% off student vouchers   ) and we were onboard the #51 bus to Shannon Airport (continuing onto Galway) at 10:25.

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We arrived at SNN at 10:58. Because I was travelling on a US passport I had to go to the Ryanair Visa Check desk where my boarding pass was stamped after my passport was checked for validity. The Visa Check desk is also the FR Ticket Desk.

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Leaving Limerick City Centre

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Approaching Shannon Airport on the N19

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Ryanair only had one bag-drop desk open for FR1182

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Ryanair Ticket/Visa Check Desk

There were only 5 check-in desks open at SNN at the time, EI had desks 1-4 open for EI384 to LHR and FR had desk 11 open for our flight. After stamping my boarding pass we went upstairs for breakfast.

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Empty check-in area, a common scene these days at SNN

After breakfast we went up to the third floor viewing gallery where not much was happening and 3 people were sleeping on the seats, so we left quietly.

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Carpark taken from the third floor

At this stage it was about 11:20 so we went through security. At the entrance to the security screening area an Airport Police official scans the bar codes of all boarding passes to ensure they are authentic. Mine wouldn’t scan for some reason so she just let me through – something that would not happen at LGW as you’ll see later!

The queue for security was short and I was through within 3 minutes. We then strolled around The Loop shop before exploring the airside section.

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EI-DPJ which would take us to LGW

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The Presidential Suite

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Corridor leading to Gates 1-7

You have to go downstairs to access Gates 1-5 which are remote, non-airbridge stands. I have never been down here before as all my 32 flights to/from Shannon in the past have been via Gates 6-14 (airbridge-gates). I had thought that downstairs was just a waiting area for passengers with one exit out to the stands, but I found out that there were actual gates down here; very interesting.

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An albino Boeing 757-200 at Gate 7/107 (note – not using airbridge); perhaps private using the US CBP which has just opened ?

Suddenly while I was taking the above picture, a loud automated announcement was made asking for passengers’ attention and to make their way to the nearest exit as soon as possible. This was followed by a series of loud alarms and sirens. Then the announcement was made again and it went in cycles. I looked around – other passengers were looking at each other scratching their heads and slowly beginning to go back upstairs to find an exit. There was by no means a panic anyway! Now construction is ongoing at Shannon and there were builders outside on the ramp who also heard the commotion but barely looked up and were appearing like this was a regular occurrence.

Sure enough, once we got upstairs to the departure lounge we were told that it was a false alarm and to return to our designated gate. It was exciting to say the least.

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We decided to wander around a bit more.

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To the left is where departing passengers to Gates 1-5 are directed, to the right is where arriving passengers from these gates come in

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The temporary exit for arrivals in the departure lounge until the construction on the pier is finished

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At the time EI384 to LHR was almost ready for boarding from Gate 9 so I wanted to get a pic. Before we went into the Gate 9 assembly area however we decided to go down further all the way to the bottom of the pier where I could see two US troops. Bad idea. As we passed Gate 9 a woman who worked there shouted from a distance “sorry there’s no boarding from down here, where are ye off to?”, I played dumb and replied “Gatwick?”. “Ok go back into the departure lounge and follow signs for Gate 3 or 5 I don’t know which.” “Oh thanks very much” I said. So we turned and headed for the EI A320 parked at Gate 9 for the picture I wanted to take. Just after walking into the assembly area the woman comes back – “sorry, the departure lounge is just up here”, “oh sorry” says I, “I don’t know where I’m going!” Pfff yeah right…

Back to the departure lounge so…during this time I recognised an EI air hostess that I had for my 2 flights to/from Dublin a month previous. She was either heading for EI384 or EI133.
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One of two WHSmith bookshops in Ireland, the other is landside at SNN

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The time wasn’t long going and we decided to go back to Gate 3 so we’d be first in line in order to get a good seat. When we got back there were already a good few there so we lined up and waited about 5 minutes for the boarding call. There were about 10 passengers in the priority queue. As we waited EI133 from Dublin landed as well as FR1313 from Birmingham. Today, due to the construction around the Gate 6/106 area, arriving airtraffic heading to Gates 1-5 coming in off taxiway A were being diverted around the airfield and down taxiway D1.

Boarding commenced at 12:35 and we were onboard at 12:45 via the aft door of EI-DPJ.



Captain John Carrigan welcomed us at 12:46; he had an American accent. He gave us details on our routing (SNN-Wexford-Exeter-LGW) and he projected a takeoff-to-touchdown flight time of 1 hour and 5 minutes.

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The doors were closed at 12:54 and we were pushing back at 12:57. We were pushed back all the way to D1 due to the construction at the other side. We were given the safety demo from the crew at 12:55. The cabin crew were all foreign; I noticed Hungarian and Spanish bands around their necks. I’m guessing the aircraft was foreign-based too because the advertising (for a bank) on the overhead bins was in both French and German only. The load factor for this flight was ~75% with the first and last 4 rows blocked off.

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We began taxiing to Runway 24 at 13:02. Once we reached the runway we held position for about a minute before beginning takeoff roll. Takeoff was at 13:08.

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As soon as we reached 5,000 feet the crew were up and started the announcements for inflight sales. There were many of these announcements and there’s a huge emphasis on these sales. They also distributed the Ryanair Magazine for anyone that wanted one.

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We reached our cruising altitude of FL330 at 13:23. Then at 13:41 Captain Carrigan came on one final time to advise us of our initial descent into London and anticipated arrival into LGW at 14:20, some 10 minutes ahead of schedule.

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Southern England

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At 14:02 the crew announced 10 minutes to arrival – they were spot on, we touched down on LGW’s Runway 8R at 14:12.

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We arrived on-stand at the South Terminal at 14:15. It was an airbridge-equipped stand but the airstairs were used for both doors.

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After coming off the aircraft we had a long walk to the arrivals hall. En route we were asked to present our boarding stubs to an official instead of passports. When we made our way into the arrivals hall we had to find the train station that would direct us into central London. It was very easy to find and by 14:55 we were onboard a Southern train bound for London Victoria Station at a cost of £12.50 each.

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On the train

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Approaching central London

We got to Victoria at about 15:30 and just across the road is the Asiana Airlines London office:

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Just outside this office we would hop on the tour around the city which we waited for about 10 minutes. It was a cold day.

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London Victoria Station

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The sightseeing tour would last 2 hours. It wasn’t a great tour to be honest; the tour guide was an automated system which you had to plug earphones into. It was also known to deliver the odd electric shock to your ear, presumably to make sure you were awake… 

The bus moved swiftly past all the major attractions, not giving much time for pictures so apologies for the lack of them.

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Trafalgar Square

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Big Ben (which was smaller than I expected)

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The London Eye

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Aircraft on approach to London City Airport

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St. Paul’s Cathedral

I was interested to find out that there are two actual cities that make up London, the City of Westminster and the City of London; didn’t know that.

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City of London

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A bit of overkill on the Big Ben photos – I’m sure you get the idea

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Westminster Abbey

We also went over Tower Bridge and I got some great views of CityJet and BA CityFlyer RJ85s on approach to LCY. We never got to see Buckingham Palace though for some reason. Anyway we got dropped off at Victoria at about 18:00 and we ate at Garfunkel’s on the top floor of the station. I would highly recommend it. After that we found our train back to LGW and were on our way back around 19:30.

When we arrived at the South Terminal station about 20:00 we went straight to the two FR desks open for bag-drop and visa-check. FR had 4 flights going out; 2 to DUB, 1 to MAD and 1 to SNN. Other than that the terminal was very quiet. I decided to check out the EI check-in area after I got my boarding pass stamped but there was no one down there but the place was crawling with security and didn’t want to be barked at so I didn’t bother in the end.

I wanted to do some planespotting so we decided to go through security. At the entrance to security where our boarding passes got scanned we also had to look into a camera and take a photo. Yet again, mine wouldn’t scan and this was not Shannon so I knew I’d be in trouble. The agent asked me to go back to the FR desk and get a reprint. So I went back and rejoined the queue and eventually got my Servisair reprint. Once I got back to security I was the only one in the queue and about 10 security agents were gathered around talking.

I went to Duty Free and met up with my friend and waited for our gate to come up on the screen. It’s annoying that they don’t put the gate numbers up until 45 minutes or so before the flight.

Apologies for the lack of photos of LGW but I was intimidated by the amount of security cameras and guards around the place.

Anyway our gate came up as Gate 20 after a while so we all headed down the concourse. En route I came across EI249 boarding for Dublin and Cubana de Aviación flight to Havana as well as a fellow FR flight to Madrid. You get hardly any views of the apron though so that was a sickener.

Boarding commenced at 21:15 and we were onboard 10 minutes later via the front stairs. Our aircraft this evening was EI-DYS. The doors were closed at 21:30.



Pushback was at 21:32 followed by taxi at 21:35. While en route to the runway 2 EasyJet A319s landed as well as an Aer Lingus A320 arriving from Bucharest. We were second in line for takeoff behind FR5372 to MAD and we had to wait for a U2 aircraft to land before we were on our way at 21:45 on the dot.

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Just after takeoff

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After takeoff from 8R we made a left turn for a westerly heading towards Cardiff, the Irish Sea, Wexford, Kilkenny, Tipperary and straight onto Shannon’s “northeast-facing runway” in the captain’s own words. We climbed to an altitude of 34,000 feet, as usual with announcements and adverts every few minutes. The flight was generally smooth and I’d estimate the load factor at around 80% with the first 3 rows blocked off.

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Still advertising the Christmas vouchers

Nothing much else to report for the rest of the flight, we started our smooth descent at 22:20 and touched down on Runway 24 at 22:46 after getting great views of Limerick and Shannon by night. Of course that annoying “yet another flight arrives on time” jingle was played. For both my FR flights the landing was very smooth, I know the 738s have a reputation for bumpy landings but to be honest, I’ve had a lot worse on the EI A330s. We did come into contact with the runway steeply though.

After exiting the runway at A, all the runway lights except the red ones at the end were either switched off or dimmed really low. I’d never seen this before. We then taxied for 8 minutes around the airfield making an ∩ shape due to the construction around the Gate 6/106 area. We arrived on-stand at 22:54 and within minutes we were out in the arrivals hall. After getting off the aircraft I noticed a new grey airbridge was attached to Gate 6/106.

My friend’s parents were in the vicinity at the time and offered to drive us back into Limerick instead of waiting around for an hour for the next bus. So we were back in Limerick at 23:30.

So that’s it. I was impressed by FR, no hidden surprises really, you get what you pay for. I was disappointed I didn’t get to see more of LGW but due to the tight time constraints it was impossible. The 738 lived up to my expectations, no surprises there.

My next trip report should be my journey to Chicago in July (SNN-???-ORD; the routing and airline yet to be decided).

Thanks for reading,
- Kevin

[Edited 2010-03-06 07:44:45]


Shannon-Chicago
9 replies: All unread, jump to last
 
User currently offlinenqyguy From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 1, posted (4 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 15 hours ago) and read 11592 times:

Thanks for sharing! An interesting report.  
Quoting AmricanShamrok (Thread starter):
The cabin crew were all foreign; I noticed Hungarian and Spanish bands around their necks. I’m guessing the aircraft was foreign-based too because the advertising (for a bank) on the overhead bins was in both French and German only. The load factor for this flight was ~75% with the first and last 4 rows blocked off.

Thats pretty typical with Ryanair. The aircraft could of been based anywhere really!

Quoting AmricanShamrok (Thread starter):
The agent asked me to go back to the FR desk and get a reprint. So I went back and rejoined the queue and eventually got my Servisair reprint. Once I got back to security I was the only one in the queue and about 10 security agents were gathered around talking.

Ooh, you mean to say a proper airport boarding pass was issued to you? Oh, thats luxury! Ill have to try that trick some day.. though I do like to collect unused card boarding passes. 


User currently offlineoa260 From Ireland, joined Nov 2006, 26853 posts, RR: 58
Reply 2, posted (4 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 11289 times:

Another nice report. Nice trip for a day . Shane weather wasnt better.

Just one question , do you hold dual passports or just US?

I wonder what the old EI lounge at SNN will look like when its finished.

Nice pics


Philip


User currently offlineLUPOR1D From Ireland, joined Feb 2008, 316 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (4 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 11267 times:

The "Albino" 757 is F-GTIP, was ferried Lasham-Snn-Bangor that day


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User currently onlineAmricanShamrok From Ireland, joined May 2008, 2873 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (4 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 11248 times:

Quoting nqyguy (Reply 1):
Thanks for sharing! An interesting report.

Thanks!

Quoting nqyguy (Reply 1):
Ooh, you mean to say a proper airport boarding pass was issued to you? Oh, thats luxury! Ill have to try that trick some day.. though I do like to collect unused card boarding passes.

You're not the first person to say that to me-but I'm actually more used to "real" boarding passes than ones you have to print yourself. I always use the self service kiosks if they're available because, like you, I like to collect the "real" things  
Quoting oa260 (Reply 2):
Another nice report.

Thanks Philip.

Quoting oa260 (Reply 2):
Just one question , do you hold dual passports or just US?

At the moment I only have a US passport because up to now I've only been transiting between here and the US. I am in the process of applying for an Irish one though-it would be handy for these EU flights.

Quoting oa260 (Reply 2):
I wonder what the old EI lounge at SNN will look like when its finished.

I've never been in it to start with, must make it my business to visit it one day.

Quoting LUPOR1D (Reply 3):
The "Albino" 757 is F-GTIP, was ferried Lasham-Snn-Bangor that day

Thanks!



Shannon-Chicago
User currently offlinelukeyboy95 From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2008, 1091 posts, RR: 31
Reply 5, posted (4 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 11235 times:

Thanks kevin!
Seems to be standard Ryanair procedure - good fares and always nice to fly FR into LGW where the big boys (Ek , QR etc) play...

Quoting AmricanShamrok (Thread starter):
You have to go downstairs to access Gates 1-5 which are remote, non-airbridge stands.

gloomy semi-seedy little part of the airport!

Quoting AmricanShamrok (Thread starter):
It was very easy to find and by 14:55 we were onboard a Southern train bound for London Victoria Station at a cost of £12.50 each.

Really quite pricey I think. Easybus do good fares but I reckon if you were there only for a while you made the right decision

Quoting AmricanShamrok (Thread starter):
got some great views of CityJet and BA CityFlyer RJ85s on approach to LCY.

ah ha - That will hopefully be me on Wednesday - I am doing DND - LCY which I can't wait untill...



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User currently offlineba757gla From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2006, 760 posts, RR: 2
Reply 6, posted (4 years 4 months 3 weeks 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 11086 times:

Great report . Good pics too , London looks gloomy yet LGW the sun is out . Didnt know WHS Smith existed in ireland .

User currently offlineBasilFawlty From Netherlands, joined Jun 2009, 1316 posts, RR: 1
Reply 7, posted (4 years 4 months 3 weeks 2 days 22 hours ago) and read 10253 times:

Hi Kevin,

I enjoyed your trip report, thanks for sharing!

Quoting AmricanShamrok (Thread starter):
The doors were closed at 12:54 and we were pushing back at 12:57.
Quoting AmricanShamrok (Thread starter):
Pushback was at 21:32 followed by taxi at 21:35.

Departing ahead of schedule, great, I always like that when I'm flying.   



'Every year donkeys and mules kill more people than plane crashes'
User currently offlineps76 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 8, posted (4 years 4 months 2 weeks 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 9773 times:

Hello(!),

Just to say many thanks for the report/pics etc. I actually live near Gatwick airport and often fly Ryanair to Shannon for the flight mainly and to have a Guiness and some food in Shannon airport. The fares are very cheap and I agree with you Ryanair is pretty good and you definitely get your money's worth. I flew there last time a few days ago and I hadn't been for a long time. Unfortunately with the way the flights depart from Gatwick it only gives me a few hours in Shannon so I never get the time to go visit Limerick or anything which I would like to do. There is a Park Inn just next to Shannon airport and I could rent a car but then the price goes way up. Anyway glad you enjoyed Gatwick and London and thanks again for the trip report.

Many thanks,

Pierre


User currently onlineAmricanShamrok From Ireland, joined May 2008, 2873 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (4 years 4 months 2 weeks 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 9283 times:

Quoting lukeyboy95 (Reply 5):
Seems to be standard Ryanair procedure - good fares and always nice to fly FR into LGW where the big boys (Ek , QR etc) play...

Yes that's partly why I chose LGW over STN (apart from the fares!).

Quoting lukeyboy95 (Reply 5):
gloomy semi-seedy little part of the airport!

Compared to the rest of the airport it certainly is! Wouldn't surprise me if this is the next area the Shannon Airport Authority will target for renovations...

Quoting lukeyboy95 (Reply 5):
Really quite pricey I think. Easybus do good fares but I reckon if you were there only for a while you made the right decision

It was pricey and we did look into the EasyBus option but journey time into central London was a half an hour extra each way and our schedule was tight enough as it was so we chose the train.

Quoting ba757gla (Reply 6):
Great report . Good pics too , London looks gloomy yet LGW the sun is out . Didnt know WHS Smith existed in ireland .

As soon as we got into London it was overcast. Strange!

Quoting BasilFawlty (Reply 7):
Hi Kevin,

I enjoyed your trip report, thanks for sharing!

Thanks!

Quoting BasilFawlty (Reply 7):
Departing ahead of schedule, great, I always like that when I'm flying.

Strangely enough, most of the flights I'm on depart early...

Quoting ps76 (Reply 8):
Hello(!),

Just to say many thanks for the report/pics etc. I actually live near Gatwick airport and often fly Ryanair to Shannon for the flight mainly and to have a Guiness and some food in Shannon airport. The fares are very cheap and I agree with you Ryanair is pretty good and you definitely get your money's worth. I flew there last time a few days ago and I hadn't been for a long time. Unfortunately with the way the flights depart from Gatwick it only gives me a few hours in Shannon so I never get the time to go visit Limerick or anything which I would like to do. There is a Park Inn just next to Shannon airport and I could rent a car but then the price goes way up. Anyway glad you enjoyed Gatwick and London and thanks again for the trip report.

Thanks Pierre, it will be a pity when FR drop a daily LGW flight at the end of the month where it won't be possible to do daytrips anymore.



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