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Ryanair on Tarmac for 2 Hours in 50o Heat

Old Jun 25th 2011, 9:34 pm
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Just read that a Ryanair flight was left on the tarmac for 2 hours at Seville in 50o heat with no air con. Passengers fainting and a baby had to be treated for dehydration. In the end a passenger opened one of the doors causing the emergency chute to be ejected. They are now threatening the passenger who did it. The air crew told people that they are not allowed to give out drinks whilst stationary. So if you left a dog in a car in 50o heat you would be prosecuted, but, people are okay.
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Originally Posted by Chiclanagir
Just read that a Ryanair flight was left on the tarmac for 2 hours at Seville in 50o heat with no air con. Passengers fainting and a baby had to be treated for dehydration. In the end a passenger opened one of the doors causing the emergency chute to be ejected. They are now threatening the passenger who did it. The air crew told people that they are not allowed to give out drinks whilst stationary. So if you left a dog in a car in 50o heat you would be prosecuted, but, people are okay.
Crazy.
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I'm no fan of Ryanair, but this has to be a one-off. If anything they're ultra-keen on quick turn-arounds in order to save money.
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Just read that a Ryanair flight was left on the tarmac for 2 hours at Seville in 50o heat with no air con. Passengers fainting and a baby had to be treated for dehydration. In the end a passenger opened one of the doors causing the emergency chute to be ejected. They are now threatening the passenger who did it. The air crew told people that they are not allowed to give out drinks whilst stationary. So if you left a dog in a car in 50o heat you would be prosecuted, but, people are okay.
a quick google gave this
http://webcache.googleusercontent.co...w.google.co.uk

at the bottom of the page was an advertising link by Ryanair

Funny Mike Oleary has not made a statement
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Old Jun 25th 2011, 11:12 pm
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Oh dear we are on booked on a flight to Seville this weekend. Better bring plenty of liquid just in case.
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Old Jun 25th 2011, 11:13 pm
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Originally Posted by teuchterpete
Oh dear we are on booked on a flight to Seville this weekend. Better bring plenty of liquid just in case.
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The flight to Seville won´t be a problem it is going the other way!!
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Thanks for that. We will be leaving on the A.V.E to Barcelona. Any horror stories for this?
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