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(28-04-2020, 09:07 AM)fatherted Wrote: As El Caballo hambriento posted 23/04 on this thread Money Saving Expert is looking into it and possibly getting the CAA and other consumer bodies involved.

That is a good step & am aware of that but as the rules are now companies can appear to get away with ignoring the rules at the moment. It is government that make rules so rules need to change. Perhaps all Money paid to airlines for flights are held in an independent fund from the airlines till a week before the flight. If some reason the companies need funds for a flight before a set period they have to make a good case to the agency holding the funds why. If it is a government backed scheme the funds could be guaranteed by the government so if the company forfeits the Money afterwards they have the government to fight rather an individual. I`m sure there are lots of other ideas which government can come up with, to stop this recurring problem with the airlines in particular.
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(09-04-2020, 01:02 PM)FVMouse Wrote: Here’s a new one from O’Leary’s team. Would be interested to hear of anything similar happening to others.....

Got a flight booked UK to FV on 8 Jul, returning 26 Jul. The return leg departure time has just been moved back 10 minutes from 19.35 to 19.45 and a first notification email sent to me (had this before, they normally send three notifications over time). The email asks me to click a link to accept the change. Everything else on the booking stays the same.

Now call me an old cynic but such a 10 minute move doesn’t seem to be of the highest priority right now as the slots at FUE can’t all be full (what with a global plague an all) so I’m wondering if there’s some small print somewhere whereby accepting such a trivial change disadvantages the passenger in some way should a refund eventually prove necessary.....Hard to imagine O’Leary would think this way but who knows....

Paranoid me. Just a bit .... Won’t be accepting the change, not that it matters as there’s exactly zero chance these flights will happen.

Please post if something similar happens to you. Just wondering if a pattern might emerge.

Thanks.

Further to my original post above I chose not to accept the change. 

Now I’ve just received another email changing the schedule of the return leg not from 19.35 to 19.45 but from 19.35 to 20.45. 

The email says that because the new change is greater than 1 hour then I am free to move my flights should I so wish. Good news for me as I don’t wish to travel right now.

But one is left wondering whether I would still have this option if I’d decided to accept the initial 10 minute change to 19.45 as the new change would no longer be greater than 1 hour from this time. 

Certainly glad I didn’t accept the initial 10 minute change. It always looked strange to me.
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#63
I received a similar email from Ryanair today for my flight (which won't happen) on 19 July.

It's the second time I've received a notification of a slight time change. I have accepted it again.  I don't want any problems when it comes to a voucher/refund.
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(19-05-2020, 06:32 PM)Captain Sensible Wrote: I received a similar email from Ryanair today for my flight (which won't happen) on 19 July.

It's the second time I've received a notification of a slight time change. I have accepted it again.  I don't want any problems when it comes to a voucher/refund.

I’m sure many people would say there’s nothing sinister going on here but clearly I’m less trusting.

Please let this thread know if you receive multiple changes to the same flight which add up to more than an hour in total. If so then maybe this is a predetermined strategy by Ryanair instead of announcing the full schedule change in one go and being liable for offering alternatives. It wouldn’t surprise me.
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#65
I also had a 70mins change to the schedule. I have since found out that I can change (FOC) both flights up to end March next year but there are no flights to Fuerte after then.
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Some mucking about going on Ryanair are now only showing flights to Fuerte from Edinburgh to 13/8 & then nothing right through to next year 🤔🤔☹️
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They're certainly showing up now.
Maybe taken down to do some updating as I see our return flight in September is supposed to get back to Edinburgh 5 minutes earlier.
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