Tilraun forsvarsmanna flugfélagsins Ryanair til að stríða forsvarsmönnum keppinautanna í British Airways á samfélagsmiðlinum Twitter í dag kom í bakið á því með nokkuð fyndnum hætti, að því er fram kemur á vef BBC.
Í færslu, sem má sjá hér að neðan, lagði Ryanair það til við einhvern hjá British Airways að þeir myndu glugga í einfalda leiðbeiningabók í kjölfar frétta sem bárust af flugvél flugfélagsins í gær þar sem henni var flogið til Edinborgar í Skotlandi í stað Dusseldorf í Þýskalandi.
Stríðnin kom þó í bakið á lággjaldaflugfélaginu, sem er eitt það óvinsælasta í Evrópu, en fjöldinn allur af netverjum svöruðu færslu félagsins og lögðu til að það gæti hugsanlega sjálft haft gott af því að lesa sér til í ýmsum málum svo sem eins og verkalýðslögum og þjónustu í nokkrum fyndnum færslum.
Those in glass houses. https://t.co/KnOpdcGpOd— Richard Spaven (@EUCNut) March 26, 2019
Waiting for a Ryanair flight to depart on time ✈ pic.twitter.com/6WEXjfCPS9— Shing-Yung Wong (@shingwong82) March 26, 2019
Well that backfired, didn’t it @Ryanair— Melisa Dawson (@melisadawson) March 26, 2019
Ryanair probably would have charged extra— Nick Lyes (@nicholaslyes) March 25, 2019
Really? Your pilots have done the same thing. E.g. Landing in a military base in Ballykelly instead of @CoDerryAirport in 2006 don't throw stones from glass houses
Well this is going well for @Ryanair .
For free? Or are you going to charge them for that aswell?— Sr Guiri (@GarrodChristian) March 25, 2019
Maybe keep the book
Ryanair would just abandon everyone with no food or drink! pic.twitter.com/B4T0aMlDlY— Trudy Gleeson (@TrudyGleeson) March 25, 2019
Unfortunately @RyanAir your image exceeds our image upload allowance. Please pay an unreasonable fee to have your image thrown in the hold. Remember, we change our allowance size frequently, and charge unreasonable fees just to keep you on your toes. #ryanair #troll #allowance pic.twitter.com/Wt4Fv6nAhk— eddie duggan (@eddieduggan) March 26, 2019
Well... pic.twitter.com/JIB7Ckd8JM— Kevin Andrew (@Kev_Andrew) March 25, 2019
May I remind @Ryanair of the flight FR8582 from London to Thessaloniki, Greece, that landed to Timisoara, Romania (500 miles and 2 international frontiers from its supposed destination). Perhaps, you could read 'Geography for Dummies' first...— travelingpsychiatrist (@travelingpsych1) March 26, 2019
Hope BA didn't land in the pothole your pilot left Thursday when he lamped the plane off the runway in Edinburgh...— Ger Kirwan (@kirwe_tweets) March 25, 2019
To be fair if you lot did that you’d just announce we have landed at Düsseldorf North airport and boot the passengers off without any more assistance...— Voyage Report (@voyage_report) March 26, 2019