In ryanair plane that will never take off. We of course don’t know that yet. They of course do, but ‘forgot’ to pass the message until myself and my two boys age 5 and 11 have our seat belts fastened - the simple thing that we thought marked the end of our over 3 hours long journey to the airport to finally head home. Soon after the picture was taken we were asked to leave the plane with no further info, no support whatsoever from the airline. Others passengers must have been more lucky cause I have just read the Ryanair spokesman saying that affected customers are being contacted and taking care of...#ryanair @ryanair #cancellation#neveragain#ryanairfailure#cancelled#holidays#holidayswithryanair#flight#london @stn_airport #home#airport#kids#trip#journey#ryanaircancelling#weekend
I wanted to make a long post about how horrible our vacation in France ended but after all, it wasn't all that bad. To make the long story short, appart of Lea getting conjungtivitis in both eyes, Ryanair texted us on Friday to inform us, that our Sunday flight to Frankfurt was cancelled. They offered us to split so that some of us can fly on Monday from Montpellieur and the rest on Tuesday from Barcelona. We will have to pay extra for our new flights. Alex spent the whole afternoon and evening googling on his mobile phone what whould be the most economical and time saving way to get us to Frankfurt until Sunday evening. In the end, we woke up on Sunday at 5am, took a train to Paris, had a nice 2 hours long walk through the hot Parisian streets with Lea on her scooter (Good bless scooters!) and Alex pulling our 30 kg suitcase, and than took a first class ICE to Frankfurt (all other seats were sold out because of a planed train strike, which started today at 6pm.) The kids saw Paris and Lea's eyes got better. I am writing this just to let everyone know that RYANAIR SUCKS.#ryanairstories#ryanair#paris#ryanairsucks
Tips on traveling with your longboard.
1) Check your airline's policy on bringing sports equipment and specifically skateboards/longboards. If you can't find any info online, just give them a call.
2) In most cases the safest option is to buy yourself a board bag, pack all your skate gear and check it in.
3) Sometimes you can bring your deck as a carry on item and just store it away in the overhead compartment. See up front if the airline you're flying with is ok with that (see step 1). What are your travel experiences?
Do you have any travel tips/hacks?
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