ryanair seeing the ??????'s at shannon

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ryanair seeing the ??????'s at shannon

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Ryanair has said that it intends to make its shannon paris twice daily from next summer and they are in talks about trying to launch a low cost route between snn and amsterdam
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Ryanair doesn't fly to Paris.

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Beauvais!

Sometimes better off taking Aer Lingus to CDG if you take into account the cost of the coach and time spent, especialy when it's a weekend trip like most are.
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Post by GoGoGadgetGoAround »

Sorry just read over the post again, was referring to Dublin - Beauvais
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Ryanair doesn't fly to Paris.

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So you said...
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Post by sonyair »

TolTol wrote:Ryanair doesn't fly to Paris.


Yes they do to Beauvais which is 1 of many airports in paris
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Post by Nanolight »

Sonyair, I think Toltol was making the point that although Ryanair do fly to Beauvais, Beauvais is not in Paris per se.

[It's about 50 miles away.]

Who cares anyway? I can get there for 2p so I'm happy :P
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Nanolight wrote:Sonyair, I think Toltol was making the point that although Ryanair do fly to Beauvais, Beauvais is not in Paris per se.

[It's about 50 miles away.]

So why does ryanair call it Paris:Beauvais and telling people to fly to paris with ryanair?
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