It’s not unusual of me to fly low budget airlines. And although most of them have failed to leave a mark on me (positive or negative), my recent experience with Ryanair made me stop and think if budget airlines were beginning to get greedy and sneaky by enticing passengers with jaw-dropping low rates whilst slyly charging them for services they didn’t even expect or ask for in the first place. And the ultimate threat that comes at the last minute – of not being allowed to board your flight, is the key arm-twisting technique to ensure there is no room for an objection. It left me wondering, is that cheap Ryanair ticket really worth it?
I was recently in Spain and looking for an inexpensive yet quick way to go from Barcelona to Mallorca. The alluring price of merely € 22 seemed too good to be true at first, so I read through the terms and conditions (the usual only 1 cabin bag allowed, food available for purchase on board, randomly allocated seats, no in-flight…
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