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Re: Has the Revolution Started? Ryanair allows 2nd bag and reduces fee

Former Member ·
Are you saying that the primary goal is not to sell a mere flight ticket but to sell the whole tamale ? $$$
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Re: Has the Revolution Started? Ryanair allows 2nd bag and reduces fee

GarryRF ·
The intention is to increase the profitability of Ryanair. For the first half of 2013-14, it announced revenue up 5% to €3.25bn and profit after tax rising 1% to €602m.
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Re: Has the Revolution Started? Ryanair allows 2nd bag and reduces fee

GarryRF ·
Ryanair are now selling complete vacation deals - so they've had to move on.
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Re: Has the Revolution Started? Ryanair allows 2nd bag and reduces fee

DrFumblefinger ·
Ryanair just loves to get its name in the news, no matter what the context.
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Re: Has the Revolution Started? Ryanair allows 2nd bag and reduces fee

Former Member ·
The thought of a kinder, friendlier Michael O’Leary makes me all warm and fuzzy. Not. I smell a rat.
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Re: The Cabins, Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada (Where Gumbo Was #107)

Travel Luver ·
That night shot is great! Thanks!
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Re: Whoa! Not so fast on that shrinking baggage size!

DrFumblefinger ·
That's good news! But rather than saying airline consumers were a lion, I think I'd have used "the sheep have bleated -- loudly"
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Re: And the squeeze goes on: are carry-ons next?

DrFumblefinger ·
I favor standardizing, but think the seven inches depth is too skimpy. Nothing is more frustrating than having a bag that is okay as a carry-on with one airline, but to large with a connecting airline. Still, overall it looks like we're getting screwed again!
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Re: And the squeeze goes on: are carry-ons next?

DrFumblefinger ·
Good news for people traveling on Canada's two major airlines, Westjet and Air Canada. They will not adapt these new standards to their markets. The old baggage rules still apply. More on this story in the Vancouver Sun .
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Re: And the squeeze goes on: are carry-ons next?

PHeymont ·
So far, it appears, all the North American majors are staying out of it. Perhaps if this could be rethought so the depth could stay at 9", and the other two change, it would get more love from us customers...
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The Cabins, Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada (Where Gumbo Was #107)

DrFumblefinger ·
  This was a tough puzzle which eluded even our great TG travel sleuths.  In the above quiz photo we see evidence of a constructed dwelling in a place of red-rock, but not much else.   As Jonathan L pointed out, the image screams...
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Yellowstone Lake

PortMoresby ·
Moving on to Yellowstone Lake, PortMoresby enjoys lake views and the contrasting ambiance of posh hotel and lakeside lodge.
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And the squeeze goes on: are carry-ons next?

PHeymont ·
The battle of the overhead bins may take on a new look   Good things often come matched with bad things. This week, the International Air Transport Association, which represents about 250 airlines worldwide, has proposed new baggage standards....
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Whoa! Not so fast on that shrinking baggage size!

PHeymont ·
The luggage line-up...which ones will fit?   The public roared, and the lion has retreated, at least for now. When the International Air Transport Association, an organization of over 250 airlines, announced a plan last week for a...
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Lufthansa faces cabin staff strike Friday

PHeymont ·
Lufthansa, which has been struck 13 times in the past two years by its pilots, now faces a 7-day strike starting Friday by cabin crew. The issues are similar: workforce reductions and pay. The union will announce shortly what routes will be affected....
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Has the Revolution Started? Ryanair allows 2nd bag and reduces fee

PHeymont ·
Ryanair, noted for low-cost tickets and strict rules and fees has now relented a bit. Passengers can now carry a second small bag free, and fee for getting your boarding pass reprinted has dropped from $95 to $20...MORE
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All A’board - Pick a Cabin, Any Cabin!

Vikas Bhatnagar ·
Let me just say, straight up, that no one really cares what kind of cabin you are in. By the time you are friends and meeting up for drinks and dinner, where you sleep is not really going to be much of a concern. And if the potential new friends do have some sort of an issue, are they really the sort of people that you are likely to hang out with? Generally speaking though, every cabin has its advantages and disadvantages. But when it comes down to it, it’s all about size. When it comes to...
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January 2, 2016: Cabin, Colorado

DrFumblefinger ·
A small rustic cabin in Colorado...
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The Future of the Aircraft Cabin Interior, according to Boeing

DrFumblefinger ·
What does Boeing foresee in the aircraft cabin of the near future? Lighting and projection play a big role....
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Re: January 2, 2016: Cabin, Colorado

Travel Rob ·
Great photo!
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Re: Yellowstone Lake

DrFumblefinger ·
I'm one of those people who get caught up in the geysers and animal chasing. Yellowstone Lake represents a gap in my visits to the park. I like the tranquil nature of it and will need to spend a few days here during my next visit.
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Re: Yellowstone Lake

Marilyn Jones ·
Lovely photos...I really get the feel for the setting!!
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Re: The Future of the Aircraft Cabin Interior, according to Boeing

Travel Rob ·
I think the best thing Boeing did was make the windows bigger in the 787.
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Rambling around Syringa, Idaho

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger stayed at a small cabin rental in the Idaho mountains recently, in the small community of Syringa, notable for its beautiful scenery and plentiful antiques on display.
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Gould Cabin, Fairbanks

DrFumblefinger ·
The Gould Cabin is one of the oldest in the Fairbanks region, standing on the spot it was built on more than a century ago.
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Card Pioneer Home, Cardston, Alberta

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger visits one of the first cabins built in southern Alberta, this in the small town of Cardston.
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Menor's Ferry Historic District, Grand Teton National Park

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger visits one of the original homesteads in Grand Teton National Park, including an old general store and a ferry for crossing the Snake River.
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Montana Welcome Cabin, Lima

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger visits one of the old travel cabins used in the mid-20th century to provide tourist assistance across Montana.
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