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    Checking Flights on Ryanair

    Is there aeasy way of checking the days Ryanair fly from/to the various airports on their schedules? The only way I know is to put in your preferred dates and check but this is a bit annoying if your trying a few destinations or dates.

    #2


    Top of the screen, hyperlink to "timetables" (same line as the wee flags).

    Edit: on the Ryanair webpage, obviously!



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      #3


      Originally posted by ~Cat~
      Top of the screen, hyperlink to "timetables" (same line as the wee flags).

      Edit: on the Ryanair webpage, obviously!


      Thank Cat but it's not entirely what I was looking for - you still need to select the dates. What I wanted was the days they actaully fly as some of their destinations don't have daily flights.

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        #4
        Oh yeah, I was confusing Ryanair with a helpful airline, sorry! How about going to the airport's website and looking at the timetables there?
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          #5
          www.skyscanner.net is your answer
          If the lessons of history teach us anything it is that nobody learns the lessons that history teaches us.

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            #6





            Click on "Find Lowest fares" on the menu options (lower screen at top of homepage)then select your from and todestinations and give two dates 20 days apart for outwards and home flights and you'll see the days flown to the destination.


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              #7
              Originally posted by Old Dog


              Click on "Find Lowest fares" on the menu options (lower screen at top of homepage)then select your from and todestinations and give two dates 20 days apart for outwards and home flights and you'll see the days flown to the destination.


              Thank OD that did the trick.

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                #8


                Originally posted by munsterforever
                www.skyscanner.net is your answer

                Thanks for your help - seems to be a good site.

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                  #9

                  Originally posted by Old Dog




                  Click on "Find Lowest fares" on the menu options (lower screen at top of homepage)then select your from and todestinations and give two dates 20 days apart for outwards and home flights and you'll see the days flown to the destination.

                  OD why do ryanair not accept laser? is there an irish "electron" card that they do accept?
                  If the lessons of history teach us anything it is that nobody learns the lessons that history teaches us.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by munsterforever
                    Originally posted by Old Dog


                    Click on "Find Lowest fares" on the menu options (lower screen at top of homepage)then select your from and todestinations and give two dates 20 days apart for outwards and home flights and you'll see the days flown to the destination.

                    (1) OD why do ryanair not accept laser?


                    (2) is there an irish "electron" card that they do accept?


                    (1) Because O'Leary is a cnut.Scumair tried to force Laser into someripoff commission deal, and when they failed to get his way they dropped Laser cards. After all, it's the customers who get screwed, not poxy Ryanair.


                    (2) Not that I am aware of.








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                      #11


                      Message for Michael O'Leary.


                      Since you don't appear to be able to put a user-friendly timetable together have a look at Easyjet's website. There's one there.
                      The early bird catches the worm but it's the second mouse that gets the cheese.

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                        #12
                        He is laughing at all of us. He doesn't care.

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