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Europe's Largest LCC For The First Time! Ryanair  
User currently offlineKavs8 From Ireland, joined Nov 2009, 8 posts, RR: 0
Posted (2 years 5 months 2 weeks 2 days 19 hours ago) and read 12461 times:

Welcome to my first airliners.net trip report, hopefully you will enjoy it and more should follow soon  

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INTRODUCTION
It all begins on the 5th March 2011, when An Bord Snip (Irish Gov's Expenditure Review Committee) recommends the selling of most of the Irish states assets including the governments 25.4% shareholding in Aer Lingus. This started some debate in the country on whether Ryanair would launch a third take-over attempt on Aer Lingus leaving the country at the peril of Michael O'Leary. Many commented it would be a disaster for Irish aviation something which I now agree with, but at the time I had never flown with Ryanair and needed to understand how the ''Ryanair Game'' worked before I could air my views on the matter. I decided I would spend a day flying around on Ryanair's jets flying both domestically and International. I found good deals flying from Cork to Dublin, then onto London Stansted, flying back to Dublin before returning back home to Cork. After navigating my way around every robbing scheme I think I've ever seen by any airline, it was clear ancillary revenue is whats keeping Ryanair in the air. In all the four flights would cost a grand total of €99.94.



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AIRLINE: Ryanair
DATE: 19th April 2011
ROUTE: ORK -> DUB
FLIGHT NO: FR9842
EQUIPMENT: Boeing 737-8AS
REGISTRATION: EI-EFV
CLASS: Economy
LOAD FACTOR: 45%
SEAT: 9A
DEPARTS: 07:30 | 07:24 A
ARRIVES: 08:20 | 08:06 A
DEP STAND: 11
ARR STAND: 110L

I arrived at the airport around 5:55am my father was heading for work and I was here with plenty of time. The airport was busy, it was the Easter break and most flights were operating with heavy loads on that beautiful Tuesday morning.

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Aer Lingus' main competition here at Cork

The first flights left, ahead of my Ryanair flight were flights with Aer Lingus to Amsterdam, Birmingham, London/Heathrow, Malaga, Manchester and Paris Charles de Gaulle it was clear who the main operator was. Boarding was announced at 7:05am and all passengers were waiting in the holding pen by 7:15am once on-board the light load was evident doors were closed at 7:20am, the Captain informed us the flight time up to Dublin would be just 30mins and our routing would take us north of Cork, over Clonmel and finally over Meath to land into Dublin around 7:55am. We pushed back early at 7:24am and the safety demo commenced, it hit me how professional and speedy the crew were and overall how efficiently they worked, after a speedy taxi we were airborne at 7:29am.

Take-off video

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The crew got to work almost immediately on this short sector, we would be descending as soon as we reached our cruising altitude of 23,000ft today
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How beautiful are those winglets?
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Speed brakes in action. Our decent was announced by the F/O as soon as we had reached our cruising altitude, the sector was extremely quick.
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You just gotta love these CFM56-7B26 engines.

We came in for an approach for Runway 10, Dublin was busy and the signal to land was given around 5mins before touchdown, the landing was not bad at all something I was expecting to be poor.

Landing video

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We arrived on stand after a speedy taxi at 8:06am, 14mins ahead of schedule. I was beginning to like the Ryanair ''Game''.

The crew thanked us all and as I was last to leave just as I left the airstair they sprung into action, they were Liverpool bound and the load was big, the passengers were already waiting in the holding-pen. They're efficiency was something you have to give credit to Ryanair for.

So I now had a layover at Dublin of 3hrs, I decided I would go landside and view Terminal 2 from the ground before re-entering security and viewing all the departure piers (A, B, D, E).

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T1
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What a beautiful terminal!
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Pier A
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LCY bound
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FCTL check
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A weird day in Ireland, the weather was nice, not nice AMAZING I don't think I can remember the last time we had a temperature above 23C  




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AIRLINE: Ryanair
DATE: 19th April 2011
ROUTE: DUB -> STN
FLIGHT NO: FR208
EQUIPMENT: Boeing 737-8AS
REGISTRATION: EI-ENG
CLASS: Economy
LOAD FACTOR: 100%
SEAT: 11F
DEPARTS: 11:30 | 11:43 A
ARRIVES: 12:45 | 12:44 A
DEP STAND: 109L
ARR STAND: 50R

I headed to the gate at 11am, a massive Que had formed. Boarding was announced at 11:05am we were all in the holding pen at 11:15am, that's impressive. 189 passengers were on the flight a full load, and the flight wasn't here yet with 15mins to go. I continued to look out the window of the holding door to see if the aircraft was here yet, then at 11:20am the aircraft sped down the taxiway 15mins late before speeding onto stand, then a massive screech with the boarding agent next to me shouting, ''Jaysus'' in a typical Dublin way. The commander was off centreline and almost contacted the winglet of EI-DCV on the adjacent stand I've never seen a marshaller react so fast I bet those people in the holding pen thought me and the boarding agent were freaks when we looked at each other and laughed   It seemed all this speedy efficiency can sometimes work against you Ryanair.

Then like cattle we were released onto the aircraft at 11:30am doors were finally closed at 11:42am after some hassle with an American tourist. He had apparently lost his passport, the cabin crew purser recommended he check his luggage quickly apparently it couldn't possibly be there, she then informed him he would be offloaded as he did not have travel documentation and was delaying the departure off the flight, she asked him again to check his luggage quickly. It was in his carry-on baggage let's just say the stewardess was less then impressed  .

We pushed back at 11:43am with the safety demo completed as we were pushing back, we were airborne at 11:52am local, 22mins late. No video's this time, I had a nervous lady in her 70's next to me who I chatted to during the flight I think its best to talk to nervous flyers at the end of the flight she offered me lunch!! Of course I refused, really is nice when you come across people like that.

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Cruise
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What an amazing day for flying, not one bump! Very very rare for Ireland and the UK.

For landing I informed the lady next to me how it may be a bit rough depending on conditions and traffic on approach, and who knows maybe I have a sixth sense! We hit that runway hard and fast, and exactly on-time. The fanfare went off and the whole cabin erupted into laughter including me as well as astonishment we had arrived on-time after leaving over 20mins late. Apologies for the lack of pictures on this sector.

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London baby! ..Well Stansted
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AIRLINE: Ryanair
DATE: 19th April 2011
ROUTE: STN -> DUB
FLIGHT NO: FR215
EQUIPMENT: Boeing 737-8AS
REGISTRATION: EI-DLB (Comunitat Valenciana)
CLASS: Economy
LOAD FACTOR: 98%
SEAT: 20F
DEPARTS: 15:05 | 15:08 A
ARRIVES: 16:20 | 16:11 A
DEP STAND: 63R
ARR STAND: 107R

I was beginning to get tired, We boarded and were on-board for 3pm. The safety demo was completed and we pushed back at 3:08pm before lifting off at 3:15pm.

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Safety First
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The LCC cabin, minimal maintenance, seats don't recline, no seat pocket
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Boarding
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Finished refueling
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I actually like the Ryanair colour scheme  

The flight was uneventful, pleasant, fast & smooth. Just before pushback the Captain informed us the flight time up to Dublin would be 1hr, the weather in both Dublin & London was still very nice, really warm & sunny. The Cruising Altitude for today's flight was 32,000ft.

Take-off video

After Departing from Runway 9 in Stansted we banked right and passed Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Holyhead, Dun Laoighere, Maynooth, before Landing on Dublin's Runway 10.

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Climbing away from London
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Turning for Manchester en-route to Dublin
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Where's my sun lotion?  

Aer Lingus. Great Care. Great Fare.
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User currently offlineKavs8 From Ireland, joined Nov 2009, 8 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (2 years 5 months 2 weeks 2 days 19 hours ago) and read 12453 times:

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Decent
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Final Approach

Landing video

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In know doubt who's pier this was!

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Crew pre-paring for the return flight to STN

After heading for dinner in Burger King , I chilled in Pier D (basically Ryanair's Pier) until my flight home.

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EMA bound
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Final checks before departure to RYG
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Lucky folks heading for BCN
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Passengers disembarking Ryanair's flight from Frankfurt. HHN of course.
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What a success Aer Lingus Regional has turned out to be for all concerned.



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AIRLINE: Ryanair
DATE: 19th April 2011
ROUTE: DUB -> ORK
FLIGHT NO: FR9847
EQUIPMENT: Boeing 737-8AS
REGISTRATION: EI-DYE (Comunitat Valenciana)
CLASS: Economy
LOAD FACTOR: 40%
SEAT: 10F
DEPARTS: 18:25 | 18:24 A
ARRIVES: 19:15 | 19:08 A
DEP STAND: 125T
ARR STAND: 7

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My plane arriving from MAN
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Ground Power Unit being connected
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MAN passengers disembarking
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SAS MD-83, CPH bound
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Maybe someday SAS

After boarding well before our scheduled departure time the crew seemed to take a 5min break, we left stand just ahead of schedule. The Captain then informed us the flight time down to Cork would be 25mins, with the cruising altitude for today's flight at 20,000ft. After the long taxi to Runway 10 we took off.

Take-off video

We immediately banked right after departure passing Howth, Dun Laoghaire, Carlow, Kilkenny, Fermoy, Cork City Centre and Bishopstown before Landing hard on Cork's Runway 17.

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Amazing
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Who knew cloud could be so breathtaking?

Landing video

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Parked at the gate
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Aer Lingus Regional service arrives from BHX
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Crew preparing to head to LPL
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quiet night tonight at ORK

CONCLUSION

Overall Ryanair impressed me, you pay your low fare and you get the associated LCC service. I would defiantly fly them again without hesitation, I didn't by any BOB on Ryanair the prices are simply too steep.

Following on from this report Ryanair launched a third take-over attempt for Aer Lingus, hopefully this will be blocked and Ryanair made give up its 29.4% shareholding in the airline. You can see early on in this report how much the single proposed group would operate at Cork something like 89% market share, and similar levels at DUB and SNN. Both are great airlines, but both should be apart and independent of each other competing like they currently are.

I hope you enjoyed my first trip report, I will have another one coming up sometime in August which will see me flying from Cork to Split, well ORK-LGW-SPU return with Aer Lingus, easyJet and Ryanair. Also I've bought a new HDC recorder which will see my flight video's improve greatly, thanks again  



Aer Lingus. Great Care. Great Fare.
User currently offlineCaptainRed From Germany, joined Oct 2010, 720 posts, RR: 20
Reply 2, posted (2 years 5 months 1 week 5 days 11 hours ago) and read 11289 times:

Hi Kavs8,

welcome on board and thanks for this nice little report. Good pictures as well. Seems like you had some rather nice flights with Ryanair.

But then, at least the DUB-ORK flight is definitely not your standard FR flight with only low loads and mostly business travelers. I have done that very flight last year as well and was also pleasantly surprised by the experience, as it was so different from some other FR flights I had.

Greetings
CaptainRed


User currently offlineAirWales From UK - Wales, joined Oct 2004, 453 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (2 years 5 months 1 week 4 days 16 hours ago) and read 10994 times:

Hi there,

Nice trip report. I have flown Ryanair a few times, all return:

Bristol - Marracech
Bristol - Dublin
Stanstead - Linz
Birmingham - Weisel

I have to say that all of the flights have been more than fine for the money paid. As long as you are prepared to either pay the high food prices - or somehow manage a couple of hours without food and drink it is fine. The prices are what they are - pay it or shut it!

Load factors have been 90% + on all the flights but they have still been fine. I prefer Easyjet however I have no problem flying Ryanair.

Nice report and very much enjoyed the snaps.

AirWales.


User currently offlineKavs8 From Ireland, joined Nov 2009, 8 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (2 years 5 months 1 week 4 days 13 hours ago) and read 10886 times:

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But then, at least the DUB-ORK flight is definitely not your standard FR flight

Very true, It has since been axed too was a great service and always to me a better alternative then using the Motorway or Train from Cork to Dublin.

Quote:
I have to say that all of the flights have been more than fine for the money paid. As long as you are prepared to either pay the high food prices - or somehow manage a couple of hours without food and drink it is fine. The prices are what they are - pay it or shut it!

Fully agree with you, I don't understand how people think they can complain about Ryanair's service - simple fact is there cheap and your treated the same way.



Aer Lingus. Great Care. Great Fare.
User currently offlinePs76 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 5, posted (2 years 5 months 1 week 11 hours ago) and read 10135 times:

Hi!

Many thanks and impressive reporting for a first report. A few years ago I used to fly Ryanair on a day trip about once a week or sometimes even more. Their prices used to be really cheap but unfortunately have gone up quite a lot now. They are probably still the cheapest though and good to see their service is still good. One thing I found quite a lot with Ryanair is that for some reason most people want to sit near the front of the plane or if not in the middle. So if you don't mind sitting near the back it was often very easy to get three seats to yourself. Sometimes the flight was packed though. I always used to buy a J20 drink which I think was £2. Nice to see Dublin terminal 2 completed too. I saw it many times during construction.

Many thanks.

Pierre


User currently offlinesignol From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2007, 3025 posts, RR: 8
Reply 6, posted (2 years 5 months 1 week 10 hours ago) and read 10096 times:

Hi Kavs8,

good first report! FR reports are becoming rare on here, seen as too "normal" perhaps?  

Good to see for yourself what so many people hate. Personally, I'm with you, I've nothing against FR and have played the game many times and got some rediculously cheap flights .

Keep up the good work, looking forward to more reports!

signol



Flights booked: none :(
User currently offlineMSS658 From Belgium, joined Oct 2010, 2474 posts, RR: 16
Reply 7, posted (2 years 5 months 6 days 10 hours ago) and read 9679 times:

Hello there

Good first report, Glad Ryanair did no dissapoint.
I flew them a month ago between Palma and Charleroi and I was a bit impressed even as well.

Greetings
Marc



Next trip report: Well worn A330s and Hassle free MUC transfer
User currently offlineKavs8 From Ireland, joined Nov 2009, 8 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (2 years 5 months 4 days 9 hours ago) and read 9307 times:

Quoting Ps76 (Reply 5):
Many thanks and impressive reporting for a first report.

Thank You  
Quoting Ps76 (Reply 5):
A few years ago I used to fly Ryanair on a day trip about once a week or sometimes even more. Their prices used to be really cheap but unfortunately have gone up quite a lot now. They are probably still the cheapest though and good to see their service is still good.

Unfortunately I never did get to experience those kind of fares, I was simply too young at the time. Hopefully in my lifetime I will see those kind of fares return when things pick up again. There service is what one should expect it to be I suppose.

Quoting Ps76 (Reply 5):
One thing I found quite a lot with Ryanair is that for some reason most people want to sit near the front of the plane or if not in the middle. So if you don't mind sitting near the back it was often very easy to get three seats to yourself. Sometimes the flight was packed though. I always used to buy a J20 drink which I think was £2.

Yes, can agree with that always seems to be a crush towards the forward bulkhead.

Quoting signol (Reply 6):
Hi Kavs8,

good first report!

Thank you  
Quoting signol (Reply 6):
FR reports are becoming rare on here, seen as too "normal" perhaps?

Yeah haven't seen many being honest, but I think I will be covering a few flights with them over the years, a Students budget can only go so far  
Quoting signol (Reply 6):
Good to see for yourself what so many people hate. Personally, I'm with you, I've nothing against FR and have played the game many times and got some rediculously cheap flights.

Yes they certainly are very cheap, the amount of routes they have now also makes it so much easier to fly for cheap around Europe.

Quoting MSS658 (Reply 7):
Hello there

Good first report, Glad Ryanair did no dissapoint.
I flew them a month ago between Palma and Charleroi and I was a bit impressed even as well.

Greetings
Marc

Thanks!, well you get treated ''Low Cost'' like the fare in my opinion to be honest  



Aer Lingus. Great Care. Great Fare.
User currently offlinedcaviation From Poland, joined Aug 2011, 222 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (2 years 5 months 2 days 11 hours ago) and read 8983 times:

Kavs8,

Fly from DUB to TFS and then tell me if you were impressed. Flying around for 25 minutes its nothing, but try their 'long haul' of 3+ hours. On those long flights Ryanair would actually make big bucks selling cyan capsules to passengers.


User currently offlineredzeppelin From United States of America, joined Feb 2012, 638 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (2 years 5 months 2 days 6 hours ago) and read 8792 times:

Quoting Kavs8 (Thread starter):
I would defiantly fly them again without hesitation...

So you're saying that flying Ryanair is an act of defiance? Such a rebel. (Sorry, couldn't resist. I assume you meant "definitely.") Thanks for the nice TR.



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User currently offlineKavs8 From Ireland, joined Nov 2009, 8 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (2 years 5 months 20 hours ago) and read 8509 times:

Quoting dcaviation (Reply 9):
Kavs8,

Fly from DUB to TFS and then tell me if you were impressed. Flying around for 25 minutes its nothing, but try their 'long haul' of 3+ hours. On those long flights Ryanair would actually make big bucks selling cyan capsules to passengers.

I flew with them from ORK to LPA and I was satisfied. How is someone expected to be impressed flying with Ryanair? They don't impress they give a service for a low price.

Quoting redzeppelin (Reply 10):
So you're saying that flying Ryanair is an act of defiance? Such a rebel. (Sorry, couldn't resist. I assume you meant "definitely.") Thanks for the nice TR.

Thank's for that mature comment.



Aer Lingus. Great Care. Great Fare.
User currently offlineokapi From France, joined Jun 2006, 222 posts, RR: 0
Reply 12, posted (2 years 5 months 19 hours ago) and read 8467 times:

Nice first trip report, welcome!

Quoting Kavs8 (Thread starter):

LOL! Buying a ticket on their website is definitely not a no-brainer experience. I guess they make lots of money fooling people around. That's the reason why I've failed flying with them so far. Even easyJet is more user-friendly. I guess, you're right, you get what you pay for.
When starving for flying though, I probably fly them, just for "fun".

Thanks for sharing!


User currently offlineKavs8 From Ireland, joined Nov 2009, 8 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (2 years 5 months 8 hours ago) and read 8300 times:

Quoting okapi (Reply 12):

Nice first trip report, welcome!

Thank You!  
Quoting okapi (Reply 12):
LOL! Buying a ticket on their website is definitely not a no-brainer experience. I guess they make lots of money fooling people around. That's the reason why I've failed flying with them so far. Even easyJet is more user-friendly. I guess, you're right, you get what you pay for.
When starving for flying though, I probably fly them, just for "fun".

Haha yes! That website has lots of tweaks, things in stupid places designed to put more money in Ryanair's pockets! Yep having booked flights with easyJet a month ago there website is of a much higher quality then that of Ryanair's.

Thanks again!



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