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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Big Col Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20/August/2018 at 14:30
OK forumies, the next TWO batches of Easyjet flights are being released next month.


On Thursday 20th September, flights (& holidays) will be available until 23rd June 2019.

And, on Thursday 27th September, you'll also be able to book flights (& holidays) until 1st September 2019.

Fill your boots!
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Thanks. It will be interesting to see what the prices are like as we will still not know the full details regarding Brexit. They might be much the same as before but with some sort of supplement condidtion.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote cameroncleggout Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20/August/2018 at 17:13
We paid just over £650 for two return Manchester - Faro flights end Aug - Early Sept 2019. Paid for decent time morning flight, seats and breakfast. 

Used to be able to book similar just 3-4 years ago for around half this price. I know there are some cheaper flights available, but Times, Seats, etc are important to us 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Big Col Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20/August/2018 at 17:20
Originally posted by DICEYUK DICEYUK wrote:

Thanks. It will be interesting to see what the prices are like as we will still not know the full details regarding Brexit. They might be much the same as before but with some sort of supplement condidtion.


Yes, that's my line of thinking too. Not really the airlines fault on this occasion.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jock Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27/August/2018 at 19:25
This has been obvious for some time;

Airlines ‘FIDDLE FIGURES’ to give impression flights on time and reduce delay payouts


https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1008920/flight-times-average-flight-delay-compensation-British-Airways-Ryanair-Easyjet-Gatwick
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Hi everyone.  I've just booked Ryanair flights July-Aug 2019 (through Skyscanner) for £189 each plus the usual bags costs.  Not bad eh?!
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Have you seen the latest scam on Ryanair baggage costs?

Its now mandatory to purchase priority boarding if you want to take a bag with you - either in the cabin or hold - after Nov 1st
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Andrew Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02/September/2018 at 18:09
The in flight drinks are very competitive though, it’s just the cost of hiring a glass to drink it from which makes it expensive!
Joking apart, we just, as part of a package, flew Tui, it was so civilised compared to the arrogance /aggression of flying Ryanair, we were treated like valued customers not cattle that they look for every opportunity to penalise and charge you more.
I acknowledge you know what you’re booking at what price but my tolerance level of Ryanair, at a cost I know, is fast running out.
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Originally posted by Andrew Andrew wrote:


I acknowledge you know what you’re booking at what price but my tolerance level of Ryanair, at a cost I know, is fast running out.

Have to agree Andrew I have always stuck up for Ryanair but they are beginning to have that affect on me.
They say this latest bag drop going on is nothing to do with money it is just to avoid delays.
OK it its not about money why not just say you will have to drop your hand luggage at check in free of charge.
We usually book flights well in advance for me and wife. Up until this year if we wanted to add Grandaughter to booking we could book her online as an adult no problem.
We now can`t do that we have to phone up and link her to the booking....guess what this costs £30 extra. I contacted Ryanair and said it would have actually been cheaper to book her with another adult and have the extra seat....Their response...Tough.
When I book now I always check Easyjet and Jet2 in fact going home in October and using Easyjet.
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Hi Big Col & Co...... could I ask... do easyjet release the flights immediately after midnight on those dates or are they released start of the working day, say 7am ish ? And if they are released just after midnight do the first prices hold for 12hrs or so or do they slowly increase almost straight away ?? Thanks in advance....
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Originally posted by paulmc paulmc wrote:

Hi Big Col & Co...... could I ask... do easyjet release the flights immediately after midnight on those dates or are they released start of the working day, say 7am ish ? And if they are released just after midnight do the first prices hold for 12hrs or so or do they slowly increase almost straight away ?? Thanks in advance....


I believe flights are released in stages, possibly by routes, as I know the Faro route I'm interested in isn't always available very early when others are.

As for prices I understand seats are in price "brackets". Some at the lowest price then, when they are booked, the next price bracket applies then the next and so on. This encourages passengers to book early to get the cheapest seats. Therefore the first prices are not "held", it just depends on the popularity of each route.

Unless someone knows otherwise........
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DICEYUK Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12/September/2018 at 05:18
In my experience, and I'm always up early, flights normally come on around 6am to 7am ish.
As I'm only interested in 2 routes (Southend and Luton to Faro) I don't know about others but those 2 usually come on at the same time.
Not sure about what happens with prices but the "bracket" suggestion seems logical.
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Thanks guys.... big help & much appreciated
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