|Quoting Magyar (Reply 5):|
(s*@cks and you get nothing on intra-EU flights)
For some reason the FA-s were quite good looking
women, even the older ones.
Just a few comments:
IFE...depends on aircraft, bur from what I've heard, it's not great even if you do have it! EI
is planning on overhauling their IFE, but that'll take a while I imagine.
Food: Yes there is food on intra-EU flights, but you have to pay for it. This isn't a problem, as the fares are low, and the inflight catering isn't that expensive, nice selection of sandwiches, cheeses, and full hot Irish breakfast served all day long for €7... and it's quite tasty. On your US flight, I believe you will probably be offered a main course of chicken or beef... Some like it, some say it's not good. But as I'm sure you'll get brillinat fares, it's well worth it.
|Quoting Parisien (Reply 9):|
I have about 4 hours layover in Dublin, I suppose that would be enough to clear immigration? Does it involve then a change of terminals ? I was concerned that I would not be able to check my bags through, but I guess if we clear customs in the US my bags would be trhoughchecked all the way to JFK.
only has 1 terminal, terminal 2 has finally been approved, and won't be in service for a few years. I think you should be able to check your luggage through, but email EI
on that. I do think though that when you arrive in DUB
, you have to exit arrivals, procced to departures and check-in again. The airport is a bit of a disaster, way to busy for its size, but compared to CDG
1, it's possible a bit better! Good shopping though. 4 hours will be fine as the airport is relatively small... certainly not CDG