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Ryanairs nytiltrådte chef for Norden, Erik Elmsäter, udsendte i går eftermiddags en pressemeddelelse, hvoraf det blandt andet fremgår, at ”For at fejre SAS’ nedtur har Ryanair frigivet en million flysæder til 29 kr. og selskabet vil sende Mats Jansson fribilletter til at rejse på hele vores rutenet i august, september og oktober.

 

Det fremgår ikke af pressemeddelelsen, at Ryanair i øvrigt har nogen nyheder til danskerne – udover, at fastslå at man opfatter sig selv som ”Danskernes foretrukne flyselskab”, at man er billigst, og at SAS’ brændstoftillæg er urimelige.

Skrevet af Christian Peschardt

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  1. Its time the public in Denmark took a stand ,and make a point of not flying with a firm that celebrates the hardship of another one. Ryanair are a firm which I consider to be one of the best run airlines in the world, the results speak for themself, but this sort of celebration is cheap and nasty and highly unprofessional. The new chief for the nordic area, should behave with a bit more respect, because his behaviour is unprofessional. Eric Elmsaater should consider the fact that many from SAS are going to lose their jobs, something which is not a reason for another airline to celebrate. obviously Eric feels that he can behave like Michael o leary,but he is not Michael o leary. Eric will soon learn that showing disrespect, will give disrespect back to him. but he should remember to be nice on the way up, because trust me Eric, you are going to meet them all on your way down. Just for info, I do not work for SAS but I in fact work for an airline in competition with them, but thankfully the airline I work for respects others.
    Eric will of course disagree with my comments,but I believe most others will agree with me…

  2. Kan kun give PB fuldstændigt ret. En primitiv form for konkurrence som i den sidste ende vil give bagslag. Arbejder også for et “andet” selskab, men heldigvis med respekt for andre.

  3. Mr. Elmsäter is crossing a line here, and has obviously taken Ryanairs communication and reputation down to a junk level. This is a disgrace to the whole travel industry. Congratulations Mr. Elmsäter, keep up the good work!

  4. Well said PB !! Your comments are indeed correct, and Ryanairs Mr Elmsaater should be ashamed of himself !

    Best regards

    A former SAS employée.

  5. I couldn´t agree more, PB! Mr. Elmsaeter has done himself an his employer a great disservice. I have never flown Ryan Air – and now I never shall.
    Frankkidyfy

  6. Why not just ignore this kind of silly people. This isn’t a serious way of doing healthy business, by provoking competitors during their struggles. It might work in the UK, but this isn’t a Scandinavian tradition! Whether you fly SAS or not, it’s a part of our Scandinavian unity which has lasted for more than half a century. Call me in 50 years and I’ll bet Ryan Air is long gone.
    What Ryanair passenger have rights when something goes wrong, none, you are stuck in some secondary hill billy airport without accommedation or alternative routes! Airlines like SAS ‘care’ about their clients and give people rights when they screw up.
    Mr Elmsäter show some constructive advertisement, that might give Ryanair a better reputation instead of these amateur arguments

  7. har lige været inde og tjekke prisen for en tur til London Ryan Air ligger ud med en pris 50 dkr.ud hjem 360 dkr samlet pris 410 dkr men slut betalingen render op i 1250 dkr med alle gebyrer. SAS samme datoer 1339 dkr. Erik Elmsater hvad har du gang.

  8. Ryanair har aldrig været danskernes foretrukne flyselskab, og det vil heller aldrig ske.
    Ryanair´s “Junk air” approach, og uigennemsigtige priser appelerer på ingen måde i længden til den danske befolkning, og jeg glæder mig til at vi forhåbentlig en dag kan vinke til dem når deres sidste fly forlader dansk territorium.
    Jeg har 1 gang sat mig i et Ryanair fly, og kan med ro i sindet sige at jeg ikke gør det igen!

  9. How low can you go ? the moral and standards shown by ryan air is a disgrace, maybe some one can start by making a movement telling the truth fom people who have had a horrible expirience with them, maybe facebook is one way, dont know,I flew them once to marseille, never again, would not mind, but all I paid xtra for was plain bullshit. Priority boarding ??? when there is a que of 100 in front that did not pay for priority, it`a joke, just for milking more money out of inasent cows. Thanks lost some presure, wish Y all a good summer , hopefully with out standing in a pos where you feel soo fucked that it`s close to ” AM I STUPID “

  10. Det er da under lavmålet at håne et konkurerende firma på den måde!
    Håber at det snart går op for den danske befolkning at Ryanair tager “røven” på deres kunder med deres priser, service samt handling af passagerer.
    Der er kun 1 vej i DK: Støt SAS i den svære tid. Tænk på hvad der kommer af lavpris operatører af diverse standarder med mærkelige priser, måske dårligt servicerede fly mm hvis SAS skulle lukke!!
    DEsuden burde SAS udvikle deres langrutenet…..Prøv og se hvad de havde i “gamle” dg!! Det var vist ligefør de havde mere intercon flyvning end de havde Europa flyvninger….!
    SAS, jeg stoler sgu på jer!!

  11. Jeg er 100% enig i at hans kommentar er et udtryk for såvel dårlig forretningssans som almen moral!!! Men som almindelig kunde, forstår jeg ikke jeres harme overfor Ryanair som selskab (og den samtidige henrygthed overfor SAS). Hvis der er kunder der ønsker at flyve med selskabet, så har det en berettigelse. Hvis SAS ikke kan overleve på de markedsvilkår, har SAS ingen berettigelse. Så jeg er helt enig i kommentaren om, at SAS skal have gang i noget mere produktudvikling, hvis de vil overleve.

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