Someone’s parked a spitfire outside the Churchill war rooms.
Budget airline Ryanair has been accused of being “puerile and childish” over its payment policy by business watchdog the Office of Fair Trading (OFT).
OFT chief executive John Fingleton, attacked the company for fees that Ryanair adds when customers use all but one type of credit card to pay online.
He told the Independent newspaper that the firm used a legal loophole to justify charging the extra fee.
HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Wishing you Happy Christmass and a great 2010
So anyway the UPS man came and i get to start over with a new G1. This one seems fine, i’m still conditioning the battery, but power seems to run down very fast, just from listening to music for 1-1.5 hours and minimal screen use.Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â
Here’s an unboxing for good luck.
my G1 phone arrived today but it wont connect to Google to be set up, so it can’t be used at all, they say i need to exchange it on Tuesday.
We had some extra entertainment this Saturday.
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“A Ryanair plane was forced to land in Germany after a passenger had an allergic reaction to mushroom soup.”
“Passengers on a Ryanair flight said Tuesday they thought they were going to die when the low-cost jet plunged 8,000 metres (26,400 feet) after a sudden loss of cabin pressure over France.”
“Ryanair is to cancel thousands of its own customers’ bookings after they were made through internet travel agents whose activities it says are illegal.
The airline is targeting price comparison websites on which you can buy Ryanair flights without having to go directly to the Irish firm’s site. ”
“No-frills airline Ryanair said Thursday it will withdraw nearly a third of its aircraft from its major London base and suspend operations at seven other European airports because of sky-high fuel costs and its failure to negotiate lower airport fees.”
“RYANAIR is to allow mobile-phone calls on some of its flights. If approval is given by regulators, Europe’s biggest budget airline will run trials on ten planes from the end of the month. So far, so normal. But what’s strange here is that Michael O’Leary, Ryanair’s boss, told the Mail on Sunday that his airline would not take a cut from the call charges.”