Easyjet

BBJ

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#1
I've never flown with them but we are due to go to Copenhagen next month for a family wedding and they are less expensive than SAS.
However, on their site, they only seem to give you one option per day, ie their cheapest fare. Is there any way that the fares for other flights on the same day can be shown?
 

BBJ

Vital Champions League
#4
There are no direct flights from Manchester to Copenhagen on British Airways. And Ruinair only fly to Billund and that from either Stansted or Edinburgh!
 

murph

Vital Champions League
#8
Aeroplane thread!!!! :4: :2:

EasyJet are a true "you get what you pay for" without the same nonsense that Ryanair go to, and are now trying to very rapidly withdraw.

Modern fleet, currently some going through a cabin upgrade. Take your own biscuits (or pay a fortune) but normally clean, comfortable and prompt.
 

murph

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#9
Oh and I'm not sure if this is 100% accurate as every time I look for a timetable it tries to "let" me book flights but I'm having a guess that easy only fly to Manchester-Copenhagen twice a day anyway.

Good place to look:

http://www.manchesterairport.co.uk/Info/MAN/Schedules
 
#10
We have never had a problem with Easyjet , easily the best of the budget airlines in our opinion.

Normally they give you the choice of flights on that day and you highlight the time/price that best suits you
 

murph

Vital Champions League
#11
Looking at it it isn't a daily flight to Copenhagen. easyJet are very good and have maintained so throughout whilst FlyBe (who I also think are very good) are cost cutting.

Ryanair seem to have had such a backlash to their "I'm going to price you out of taking anything with you" strategy that they've tried to go serious - which I think will in turn lead to a reduced profit anyway!
 

murph

Vital Champions League
#13
tarzan - 11/12/2013 12:09

Ryan air charge excess baggage for dangly earrings
Their profits have taken a bit of a knock and someone, somewhere, has actually managed to get O'Leary (no not that one) to listen:

http://www.theguardian.com/business/2013/dec/09/ryanair-halves-excess-baggage-fee
 
#14
I like Easyjet. I have always found their service superior to Thomson or Monarch. My favourite is British Airways always had a great time on BA. My most annoying is Virgin Atlantic, promise much but deliver little. I would not give my money to Ryanair.
 
#15
I like Easyjet. I have always found their service superior to Thomson or Monarch. My favourite is British Airways always had a great time on BA. My most annoying is Virgin Atlantic, promise much but deliver little. I would not give my money to Ryanair.
 

villawill

Vital 1st Team Regular
#16
Started flying with Easyjet more and more recently - definitely one of if not the best budget airline imo. Plus the seat allocation prior to the flight is much better than the mad dash for seats that they used to operate and most of the others still do
 

Saurat

Vital Football Hero
#17
Easyjet is terrific. I don't always have a choice from my local airports but I'd always use them, basic but friendly and prompt. Ryanair are real c**ts and treat people like cattle. Good to see Ryanair struggling and Easyjet making a profit!
 

James06

Vital Football Legend
#18
Never had a problem with any of them, but BMI stand out in my memory as being excellent.

As for overall airlines, Emirates are fantastic, I havent experienced a better service than theirs, and that was in economy. Better than Vigin's business/upper class.