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276 Cricklewood Lane, London, NW2 2PU, United Kingdom
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Ryan Air never delay their flights more then 2 days?

by Freelancer1000000

i wanna stay 2 days in London before fly with ryan air to Morocco

1. Ryan Air never delay their flights more then 2 days? cause if there is possibilities, i have to prepare

2. Easy to get hot water at Luton Airport? If have to pay, how much?

Re: Ryan Air never delay their flights more then 2 days?

by cgf

2 days????? From their main base??
As of April 2009, the Ryanair fleet average age was 3.1 years and consists of 192 Boeing 737-800

Re: Ryan Air never delay their flights more then 2 days?

by Venelin

Ryanair usually never delays their flights for more than a couple of hours. If the flight still cannot be performed, they just cancel it. Then they allow you to book a ticket for the next flight free of charge or sometimes even to transfer onto another flight free of charge. As far as I hear most of the decisions are made on the spot. Considering that the flights are about 80% full, it is a very unpleasant situation to try to rebook and find that there are not tickets left, because the other passengers were faster than you.\

The possibilities are very small. There should be a problem with the aircraft or the pilot and it is relatively easier for them to find a backup solution at their main base. If the plane is unable to land at Marrakech, they will never fly back to London. Instead, they will probably use another airport in Morocco and arrange some overland transportation for free.

Re: Ryan Air never delay their flights more then 2 days?

by SallyM

Do you mean hot water for washing with, or hot water for drinking/making tea etc?

There is certainly hot water in the washrooms/toilets.

If you want a hot drink, there are plenty of cafes about. I think a cup of tea cost about £1.70 last time I was there.

Re: Ryan Air never delay their flights more then 2 days?

by leics

Ryanair (and other carriers)do not delay their flights by days. If they are delayed by several hours they will be cancelled.

There is free hot water to wash with, of course, but not for making drinks. You will have to buy these at the airport cafes. If you need to prepare a bottle for a baby you will have to ask at a cafe. They may make a small charge for providing the hot water.

You are worrying unnecessarily, imo. It is very highly ulikely that your flight will be delayed, and even more unlikely that it will be cancelled.

Travel Tips for London

... go around Christmas time !

by Yosemite_44

The main shopping streets (Oxford Street, Regent Street) are beautifully lit and there's a great X-mas atmosphere. The black cabs and the famous red busses make a nice background picture.

London Christmas shopping is fun, there are many big stores: Warner Bros, Disney and off course Harrords.


by tvor

I love to walk in London. I keep my maps handy but i like to wander the streets and duck down side streets and alleys to discover interesting courtyards and buildings. What some people have been known to do is hop on a bus and stay on for, say 20 minutes then get off and explore that area. I'm not sure i would unless i knew i was still in a fairly touristy or safe area of the city.

Even in the central London area though, there are hidden spots to find. Two memories come to mind. Taking a day and walking around the City of London starting at Liverpool street station, discovering old Wren churches and ruins, courtyards and gardens where you would least expect them. There are lots of places to stop for a rest, pubs and coffee shops.

The other was a walk from Victoria Station to the Tate Britain when i got a little lost in the quiet streets of Pimlico, streets lined in white rows of Georgian terraces and little crumbling churchyards. Marvellous!

London is a great cosmopolitan...

by viajera67

London is a great cosmopolitan city (so what if it always rains?) I had a great time just walking around, taking in the sights, stopping in local pubs for a pint, pleasant conversation and some food. I particularly liked the neighborhoods, such as Belsize Park, Camden, Earls Court, as opposed to the bustle of Oxford Circus and Leicester Square. (By the way, I was actually using the phone here - to call my cousin - not just posing for the photo!)

Do not touch or make eye contact

by benazer

It is considered rude to touch people and look at them here in London,look down,and keep your distance even in crowded places..
When someone steps on your feet you must apologise even if they don't.
Democracy rules In london too,very important to remember this..


by stretchi1269

The streets are very crowded so try to pack light as it is hard to pack heavy suitcases to your hotel. Bring an umbrella and a light rain coat. You never know when the sky will open up. Also, make sure you buy a good pair of walking shoes and break them in a little before hitting the streets. Don't forget your digital camera charger! I did, but thank goodness had thought to bring a film camera as well.


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