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Mar 5th 2008 5:49AM What these two little immature girls needed was to be put over someones knee and be given a good spanking. The applause from the other passengers would have been heard in the Southwest Airlines PR department - even 30,000 feet below and hundreds of miles away!
Jan 20th 2008 1:57PM Really not fair to either RyanAir or the other cheap and cheerful European airlines like EasyJet. I have often used both of these airlines and paid not a cent more than the advertised price. I have gone on one day business trips that would have cost a fortune flying on 'conventional'airlines. Buy a ticket with a debit card, not a credit card, and there is no charge for paying. Don't change your flight and there is no charge for changing your reservation. Unless you need the checked baggage, carry what you need by hand and do not pay the checked baggage fee. The Government taxes are not really part of the Airlines ticket cost any more than the NY sales tax can be blamed on the NY stores. I think it is reasonable to ask that a small handling fee be paid if you need to borrow a wheelchair from the airline. If you bring your own most of them transport it for free and do not count it as part of the baggage allowance. Take your own food and drink and avoid paying inflated prices for garbage. And lastly, the lottery tickets. Don't want, don't buy either on the ground or in the air, but either way, the choice is yours and they are not part of the inflated cost of holidaying in London or the price of flying around Europe. The cheap carriers are really great for people who genuinely want to fly cheap.