On Wed, May 16, 2001 at 09:53:14AM +0100, Bernard Tyers wrote:
>> I'm looking for airlines that fly to either Bilbao, or Noain, or Biarritz.
> Can anyone suggest anywhere to look online?
> Preferably they fly from Ireland (somewhere) to these places, doesn't
> matter if direct or not.
Ryanair goes to Biarritz from London, in a perfect world the current price
would be 5 quid from dublin to london and 4 quid from london to
biarritz, add taxes, add landing fees and get twacked for travelling at
the times you want, and you should still have a good price. www.ryanair.ie
On a fun note, I saw that ryanair reckons that if on average they could
get their customers to pay an extra quid per person per flight on something
like pay per view tele or drinks then they could start offering free
flights :-) and stil make a profit. Wonder if we could sell our railroads to
ryanair, 20+ quid for a ticket, packed trains, and irish rail still cannot
make a profit
Caolan McNamara | caolan at skynet.iehttp://www.skynet.ie/~caolan | +353 86 8161184
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