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    Default Ryanair permitting and selling e-cigs on flights!

    As it says in the title, Ryanair are allowing e-cigs to be used and are selling them on flights:

    Ryanair allowing passengers to puff on 'smokeless' cigarettes during flights - mirror.co.uk

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    That's a start!

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    Wow! Good on them! Now if we could just import some of that sensibility to the states...

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    As long as there is a or € in it , Michael O'Leary will sell your Granny for you .

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    Now there's one airline that will do anything for a news headline, good or bad in the public eye.

    Nice start though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keef View Post
    As long as there is a or in it , Michael O'Leary will sell your Granny for you .
    Keef, you are correct, he will do anything for a buck. Glad to see this but I will never be on a Ryanair flight!
    This will all be interesting to see with Air Canada Banning e-cigs from carry-on.

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    I know a lot of people call Ryanair everything, but I have a soft spot for them: many years ago, I used to have to go to Ireland 3 or 4 times a year. At that time, the only options for flying were either BA or Aer Lingus.... which really meant that there wasn't any option, because it was sooooooo expensive, meaning a tedious drive and ferry and more driving! Along came Ryanair - cheap prices - flying now feasible!

    These days, the two airports I tend to fly to most are City of Derry in NI and Limoges in France: both small airports. Guess which airline flies to both of these destinations from Stanstead (only 30-40 mins from me)?

    They have saved me hundreds of hours and hundred of pounds over the years, and now I can vape on their aircraft, so they are OK by me!

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    Sounds cool. But it said no one bought any. I wonder if they had it with them already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela View Post
    I know a lot of people call Ryanair everything, but I have a soft spot for them: many years ago, I used to have to go to Ireland 3 or 4 times a year. At that time, the only options for flying were either BA or Aer Lingus.... which really meant that there wasn't any option, because it was sooooooo expensive, meaning a tedious drive and ferry and more driving! Along came Ryanair - cheap prices - flying now feasible!

    These days, the two airports I tend to fly to most are City of Derry in NI and Limoges in France: both small airports. Guess which airline flies to both of these destinations from Stanstead (only 30-40 mins from me)?

    They have saved me hundreds of hours and hundred of pounds over the years, and now I can vape on their aircraft, so they are OK by me!
    Angela, I should be more clear, for business I would never fly them, but you are correct you can fly dirt cheap on them.

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    Maybe now that one has done it others will follow suit

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