They make them hardy in Ireland as anybody who has had to walk the miles and miles to the departure gate will know.
So we won’t be fazed then by some new regulations that Aer Lingus www.aerlingus.com have brought in to get us all back up in the air again.
The national airline carrier wants us to scan our own boarding passes.
And face coverings (eh, which one of my drawer of bandanas will I go for).
And, of course, a multitude of other measures, none of which will faze the Irish.
Because as they say in these parts… You’ll never beat the Irish.
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We’re off again to sunny Spain
And you’ll never beat Ryanair for offers.
A shout-out here then to Michael O’Leary who has been flagging up budget prices as aviation ‘experts’ scare us with sky-high prices.
On account of their projection of a third full airplanes.
When modifications, airline health and hygiene advancements, new passenger habits and face masks hold the key to getting enough of us back on planes.
While protecting us and Travel as we used to know it.
Anyhoos, July 1 is the big date when Ryanair www.ryanair.com will be releasing 1,000 flights per day with flights to Spain from €39.99.
All the old favourites are there… Barcelona https://www.barcelonaturisme.com/wv3/en/, www.royalcaribbean.com and https://www.google.ie/amp/s/jimmurtytraveltraveltravel.com/2020/03/24/messi-around-on-the-water/amp/.
But there are, of course, many many Spanish delights I have yet to savour.
Whisper it but I’ve still to visit Madrid https://www.esmadrid.com/en, https://www.visitasevilla.es/en/official-webguide-seville and https://www.visitvalencia.com/en.
Espana por favor. And also see https://www.spain.info/en/informacion-practica/oficinas-turismo-embajadas/turismo-exterior/oficina_de_turismo_en_dublin.html and https://www.spain.info.
MEET YOU IN THE SKIES