Ryanair-What's happening to flights after 1p.m. tomorrow.

Discussion in 'Overseas Travel,Holidays,Hotels & Airlines' started by BOXtheFOX, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. BOXtheFOX

    BOXtheFOX Frequent Poster

    Could someone from Ryanair please let us know what is happening to their flights after 1.p.m. tomorrow. Some of us would like to make alternative arrangements now about travel, hotel bookings etc. Please give us more notice!
  2. callybags

    callybags Frequent Poster

    It should be obvious that they do not know.

    Otherwise, they would tell us.

    Why would they want to keep it a secret?
  3. z107

    z107 Guest

    We made alternative arrangements last Friday before our flight was even cancelled. We're glad we did, because it took three days to get home.

    If you're stuck somewhere, I'd advise looking at alternatives. It all depends of course on your own circumstances.
  4. SoylentGreen

    SoylentGreen Frequent Poster

    They do know.
    I am travelling after 1 p.m. on Wednesday and I have just received an email stating that my flight has been cancelled. However this information is not on their website. It is giving the impression that flights after 1.pm are still on schedule.
  5. callybags

    callybags Frequent Poster

  6. irishguy1970

    irishguy1970 Guest

    they have just announced within the last hour all flights between uk and ireland on ryanair cancelled till Friday
  7. learnerplate

    learnerplate Guest

    Do Ryanair have to cancel the flight before refund is given?

    Do Ryanair themselves have to cancel the flight before refund is given?

    If I cancel myself 2 days before the planned flight will I get a refund?

    Like everyone else we're worried about not getting back.

  8. fizzelina

    fizzelina Frequent Poster

    I think Ryanair would have to cancel.
  9. learnerplate

    learnerplate Guest

    i think you're right.

    hotel cancellation must be done by tonight though and it looks right now like the flight will go ahead, but who knows what will happen to the return voyage. Gamble gamble gamble.