Month: March 2008

  • WordPress 2.5

    Just upgraded to WordPress 2.5 everything went smoothly, plugins updated semi automatically, i just had to click some buttons. i just have to get used to the new admin area now…

  • EasyJet Air Fare Advert Misleading Says Advertising Standards Agency

    “EasyJet has flown into trouble with adverts which promised a “double the difference” refund if passengers found a cheaper fare. The adverts stated: “Book by Friday and if you find it cheaper elsewhere we’ll refund DOUBLE the difference.”” Link:

  • EasyJet maintains robust outlook

    “EasyJet, the UK’s leading low-cost airline, has maintained its forecast for a 20 per cent increase in underlying pre-tax profits in its financial year to the end of September, in stark contrast to the profit warning issued this week by rival Ryanair.” Link:

  • Ryanair gets Easyjet ad grounded

    “As an airline, you know you’re in bother when Ryanair accuses you of making misleading adverts… Rival low-cost operator Easyjet has been forced by the Advertising Standards Agency to withdraw some of its adverts, after Ryanair successfully argued that they were misleading. The ASA said they broke rules on ‘truthfulness, guarantees and substantiation’ and have…

  • How to take good photos

    “Tom Ang presents top tips on how to get the most out of your digital camera.” Link:

  • Ryanair signals huge rise in Edinburgh flights

    “A CHEAP air travel bonanza has been signalled by Ryanair, with plans for dozens of new routes from Scotland’s largest airport over the next two years. The news came as the no-frills airline confirmed plans for 12 additional links from Edinburgh, as The Scotsman revealed yesterday. In one of the largest-ever routes announcements in Scotland,…

  • Ryanair reopens online booking system

    “Ryanair returned to normal business yesterday after completing alterations to its website a day ahead of schedule. The airline’s reservation system was expected to be closed until late today. Some minor glitches are still expected for the next few days.” Link:

  • RyanAir Online Check-in

    “Further passing on the costs of service directly to the consumer, RyanAir recently altered their check-in model. Whereas online check-in was formerly linked to priority boarding and was a privilege to be purchased for 6 euros, they have turned the tables and made online check-in the free standard, with anyone needing counter service (namely to…

  • Eurostar versus Easyjet

    “We’ve all seen the one cent ultra-cheap fares that Ryanair, Easyjet and and other low cost carriers (LCCs) frequently offer from European hubs. It’s a great way to skip around the EU if you’re flexible and haven’t got a lot of cash; it thus has recently become pretty popular with students and vacationers on a…