warriorofinternets10 karma2020-01-03 19:36:26 UTC
It’s so they have to pay less people to do check in, which in turn helps them keep ticket pricing down.
In my experience people who hate Ryanair are the ones who expect regular service on a discount air service. Don’t want lower levels of service, pay the extra 150 euros to fly with British airways or KLM and then you won’t have to pay to check in at the airport.
If you want the savings buy the ticket and check in online like a normal person.
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warriorofinternets2 karma2019-12-08 15:02:02 UTC
I’m trying to get an active travel hotel started in Italy and am wondering what your experience was with regard to return on investment from # of rooms. Does it make sense to start small w few rooms and less debt, or go big at once and aim to keep them filled as best I can from the start?
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