10 Would you fly with Ryanair again?

Since Oc­to­ber 2017, thou­sands of flight can­cel­la­tions have caused havoc for Ryanair pas­sen­gers, so would you trust the air­line enough to fly with them again?

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YES An­drew Coogans, Wan­der­lust reader

“I wasn’t de­terred when the mass can­cel­la­tions hit. I un­der­stand it’s not a glam way to travel but I like how they’re hon­est and open about their terms and con­di­tions, and if you don’t need a par­tic­u­lar ser­vice, you don’t have to pay for it. I feel that this was the same with their can­cel­la­tions. Yes, it was a ter­ri­ble mis­take, but in­stead of con­tin­u­ing to pro­vide an un­re­li­able ser­vice, they drew a line and were clear that no more flights would be can­celled for this rea­son.”

NO Joanne Costello, Wan­der­lust reader

“Ab­so­lutely not. My flight back to the UK was can­celled in Septem­ber and the in­for­ma­tion I re­ceived was very mis­lead­ing, as was the re­fund, re-book­ing and com­pen­sa­tion process. Ryanair have sent me two vouch­ers but they won’t get used. Also, there was a lack of com­pas­sion for peo­ple, es­pe­cially those who were not just hav­ing hol­i­days but had trav­elled for wed­dings, fam­ily ill­ness, fu­ner­als… all be­cause of an em­ployer who couldn’t man­age hol­i­day ro­tas!”

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