easyJet’s gift to Ryanair: a book on how to navigate a website
In response to Ryanair's most recent infantile babblings (taking the form of a "news release" on their website) easyJet have today sent Ryanair’s PR Manager a copy of "Internet for Dummies" to help Ryanair navigate their way around a website .
easyJet Head of Communications, Toby Nicol, said today:
“A couple of weeks ago Ryanair put out a factually incorrect “news release” which mislead people into thinking that we had reduced our flights to the Republic of Ireland - in fact, we have maintained the same number of flights and grabbed a large part of Ryanair's market share. Today they are trying to claim that we have removed our punctuality statistics from our website.
“We have recently revamped our website to make it even more appealing to our customers, punctuality stats can continue to be viewed in the 'information packs' on www.easyJet.com.
“Ryanair conveniently forget that they copied from easyJet the idea of making punctuality statistics available online in the first place. This is not wholeheartedly surprising as almost every aspect of their website is a direct copy of easyJet.com - which is consistently ranked as one of the best websites in the world.
“easyJet would like to thank Peter Sherrard of Ryanair for his continued interest in our website. A copy of 'Internet for Dummies' is on its way to him - what better way to learn about properly navigating a website. This will shortly to be followed by a lorry load of toys to replace the ones missing from his pram.”
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