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  1. It's a Ryanair thing. I believe it's because their reservations systems aren't capable of collecting passport data in the fashion that most airlines do when it's required.
  2. As noted above, you do. I've flown Ryanair several times, and they're perfectly fine as long as they're cheap. Paying their nominal fee to select seats was a good idea as they now apparently go out of their way to split you up if you don't pre-select. Do stick carefully to their rules about baggage size/weight limits or expect to be dinged. Also, if you're traveling on a Canadian passport be sure to check whether you need to obtain their "visa stamp" on your boarding pass at check-in. It might not be needed on a Spanish domestic flight, but once at the gate you won't be permitted to board without it if it is required.
  3. Would he only! Anyone who finds it necessary to go around filming every interaction they have is clearly better suited to dealing with numbers than with people.
  4. Thanks Malcolm.
  5. Sorry, didn't notice that this had already been posted. Second time today I've done that.
  6. And of course Gabor has already declared the airline to be in the wrong. http://globalnews.ca/news/3503307/westjet-flight-attendant-grabs-passenger-phone-toronto-area-couple-booted-from-u-k-flight/?utm_source=GlobalToronto&utm_medium=Facebook
  7. Several countries have apparently closed their airspace to Qatari aircraft. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-40155829
  8. I didn't know British Airways had any big fans left even before last weekend's debacle.
  9. https://skift.com/2017/05/26/united-president-passengers-should-get-used-to-tight-coach-seating/
  10. WestJet folks had better be on their best behaviour. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/news/Qatar-Airways-chief-shames-drunk-flight-attendant-in-email/
  11. Interesting move. http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/air-canada-aeroplan-1.4109868
  12. http://money.cnn.com/2017/05/10/news/companies/boeing-halts-737-max-flying-engine-issue/index.html
  13. The firming up of revenue is good news for all carriers. I'm kind of surprised to see it given that air fares look cheaper than ever when I shop.
  14. Aside from whichever longhaul routes they decide to launch I expect that several of WestJet's southern markets, and probably a couple of of their transcons will be able to use the capacity. I'm sure the aircraft will be densely configured.