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Posted by Linda (U14443580) on Friday, 30th April 2010
Although so many people have been badly affected by delayed flights, I think a special mention should be made of Easyjet. In spite of flights not being reinstated until late on Tuesday night (20th April ) their first flights from Gatwick, shortly after 5am the following day, left on time.
My flight at 11.30am on 21st April, left exactly on time, was half empty and arrived at it's destination twenty minutes early! Perfect!
Amazing organisation on the party of Easyjet - very impressive since they only had a very small window of opportunity to get their planes and staff in place to reinstate an almost complete service.
Thank you Easyjet!
Posted by Portly (U1381981) on Friday, 30th April 2010
EasyJet is the best of the budget airlines I have used - unlike some, they don't operate under the motto "never give a sucker an even break!"
Posted by germinator (U13411914) on Wednesday, 2nd June 2010
Now that the new, less restrictive guidelines have been introduced, what is the chance of further air cancellations this summer?
Posted by alanseago (U14475419) on Wednesday, 2nd June 2010
It all depends on the volcanos activity and the wind direction. The wind should have swung round to SE by now and be blowing the ash over the Arctic.
You cannot blame Gordon or BA for this one.
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