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Iopafeopt schrieb am 25.11.2016:
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Elhadji schrieb am 11.12.2015:
The mancat and I watned to take our honeymoon in Ireland in October we realized it's out of our budget. So guess what? WE'RE SAVING UP so we CAN go eventually (probably not anytime soon, since we're paying for our wedding ourselves too). And we're not begging for discounts from Aer Lingus (or any other airliner). It would piss me off royally if they got discounts because they're an OMGSOSPESHUL travel blogger. Eff them.
Camila schrieb am 12.10.2015:
To me, this is about more than just this specific bglgoer, it's about bglgoers in general doing what amounts to publicly cornering companies into giving them perks or else the company looks like a bunch of jerks who don't care about consumer relations. If you want to be a professional Getter Of Free Stuff then privately put out feelers to companies and work out deals. Offer them something of value in return, don't just organize public campaigns to purple nurple them into giving you shit because by jolly you have a BLOG and you'll grumble about them on twitter if they don't give you stuff. This particular incident is just symbolic of the entitlement of bglgoers who think companies owe them shit just because they exist and ask for it, and it needs to stop in my opinion. But what the fuck do I know, I have no marketing or PR experience.
Therese schrieb am 09.10.2015:
I'm a travel wreitr and journalist, and without getting into the never-ending debate over junkets, freebies, FAM trips and the like, I highly doubt these women fancy themselves to have any sort of professional ethics about this stuff. If they did, they'd 1) just take the trip they want to take and 2) know to write it off as a business expense, or they'd 3) do what everyone here has suggested and reach out with a mutually beneficial partnership proposal, even if that enters into gray territory for most professional wreitrs (though seemingly never bothers bloggers). I can't speak for anyone but myself, but I have a lot of wreitr friends who do it the same way I do, meaning some of my travel is self-funded, and some of it isn't. When it isn't, I know exactly which publications I will be able to sell such stories to and which ones won't take anything related to a comp. Many will ask; some will demand receipts and proof of purchase. Any wreitr, journo, or blogger worth her salt knows that shit. If you don't, you meet other folks in your line of (desired?) work, look up how others do it, attend an omgconference on your own dime, and get with the program.Sorry wall o' text. Never get an actual travel wreitr started on this stuff
Simone schrieb am 17.09.2015:
Hey Brian Heathrow is just generally oveecubssribrd; it can suffer huge queues at the checkin areas and security, too. My tip is to avoid it entirely and do the stopover at an airport in the US; Chicago was my favourite. Aer Lingus do a direct flight from Chicago to Dublin. (it's a codeshare with AA, too, so you get the air miles
Celine schrieb am 17.09.2015:
August 24, 2012 will benefit Munster by maknig the region more accessible to the USA inbound tourist and USA corporate travel markets what a load of bull! Munster has always had access to USA inbound tourist and USA corporate travel markets through Shannon airport the real point is that CORK does not have direct transatlantic flights to the US. Why would anyone want to fly Cork-Dublin-US when flying Cork-Shannon-US is a far shorter route?
muddymurphy schrieb am 28.02.2013:
Versuche seit Tagen, einen Flug zu stornieren. Das gelingt weder online (angeblich ist meine email nicht bekannt) noch per Hotline (verkehrte Nummer).
Peter Genrich schrieb am 19.01.2011:
In den vergangen Jahren fand ich das Unternehmen ok (pünktlich usw.) Am 26.09.2010 wurde der Flug Dublin- Berlin um 3 1/2 Stunden verschoben, wodurch mir zusätzliche Kosten entstanden. Das Unternehmen weigert sich EU-Recht einzuhalten (Erstattung bei Verspätungen), die Europäischen Verbraucherorganisation hat man auch die kalte Schulter gezeigt. Ich werde nun mit dem Small Claims Procedure (vereinfachtes Klageverfahren bis 2000,00 €) meinen Anspruch geltend machen.