EasyJet to charge for overhead luggage lockers
02/12/2020 | news | business | 1,995
Customers who want to use overhead storage must buy more expensive tickets, the airline says.
@BBC your so intent on trying to rub salt in on any other business except your own.. you are trying to charge pensioners for a TV licence when in fact for the garbage you put on TV we should be charging you... Thank god for NETFLIX and Prime you cant stick your licence up your A$$....... Removed
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02/12/2020 13:20:03 18 5
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Imagine the irony of complaining about paying for the BBC while reading the BBC news
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02/12/2020 13:23:46 4 1
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It was the Government that withdrew funding for pensioner's TV licenses and made the BBC responsible.
Enjoy all that Netflix content like Red Dwarf, Alan Partridge, Doctor Foster, Line of Duty, In The Dark, Collateral, Sherlock, Bodyguard, Press, Shaun The Sheep, McMafia, Giri/Haji, Call The Midwife, Only Fools, Wallander, The Fall, Top Gear, Fawlty Towers...
... Who made that stuff again? Hmmm...
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02/12/2020 13:29:33 3 1
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Be interested to see Netflix and Prime's news coverage, radio content, local news support, online content and staff development and future talent programmes ....
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02/12/2020 13:24:48 0 1
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And here you are, making use of one of the many services the BBC provide as a result of the license fee - it's not only TV. You don't have to like everything they produce, but spouting such nonsense really does reveal your character. Also, get your facts straight, the BBC isn't a business (in the UK), it's essentially a public service - which needs funding. Not a comment on free licenses BTW
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02/12/2020 13:34:13 0 1
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Don't you pay for the streaming services? I'm a pensioner and happy to pay the BBC BUT there are services that should be left to personal choice like Death in Paradise!
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02/12/2020 13:15:58 242 89
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Still believe passengers should stand on the scales with their luggage, and charged extra if over (say) 85kg.
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02/12/2020 13:45:25 7 10
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It’s not fatist. A big person with no luggage would pay the same as a little one with loads of bags. Not unreasonable.
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02/12/2020 13:20:03 18 5
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Imagine the irony of complaining about paying for the BBC while reading the BBC news
I enjoy faulting to the @BBC that I think they are rip off's and I will never pay to use their "service" and I certainly wont be watching any of their cr@p :) sooner they have been taken off the air for their corruption and lies the better :) .. its my little present to myself by insulting them :) Removed
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02/12/2020 15:15:54 1 3
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They could also save money by not pressurizing the plane, and charging for the oxygen masks. For aircrew as well, knowing EasyJet...
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02/12/2020 13:55:45 101 10
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But if everyone has paid for a carry-on it won't make any difference! This has nothing to do with efficency of boarding and everything to do with EasyJet trying to claw back extra money.
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02/12/2020 16:04:46 0 0
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It doesn't really matter, as the bags that the cattle class people have are way smaller, so it's a win, win.
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02/12/2020 13:18:12 485 44
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I suspect in future the safety briefing will be " In the case of loss of cabin pressure masks will descend from overhead. Insert £1 to start oxygen flowing"
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02/12/2020 13:45:42 25 5
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what is wrong with you? there are other airlines.... you dont have to fly Easyjet you know.
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02/12/2020 15:15:21 12 6
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Exactly? And why? Because EasyJet and Ryanair started the race to the bottom. Get those two out of the picture, charge sensible prices for flights (not prices lower than a train fare) and then at least we can get a half decent level of service back.
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02/12/2020 16:49:38 7 5
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Are you saying that if they gave a discount for smaller people they'd make more money?
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02/12/2020 13:30:27 82 28
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Charge by body weight and waist circumference ... they will make far more money
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02/12/2020 19:07:15 0 0
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They'll need scales to weigh you before and after.
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02/12/2020 20:56:23 0 4
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Would pay extra for a smoke hood. Remember the Manchester disaster.
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02/12/2020 21:09:25 2 3
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Imagine if the BBC was EasyJet; would it charge you for what you use, or, would it carry on charging you a fee whether you used it's services or not? Perhaps the EasyJet approach is actually fairer? I don't fly EasyJet so I don't pay them anything. I watch ITV but I still have to pay the BBC....
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02/12/2020 21:59:44 0 1
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Can I report myself, lol, here goes...
02/12/2020 22:04:41 3 0
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You really are a complete fool. What are you even doing here if you hate the BBC so much. I fear you are not helping you own mental health.