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Strange things happen with the airlines all the time, usually bad, so it is possible that this would happen, but it is not likely. Almost everything from the U.S. goes to Madrid. If you try for a cheap fare to England, you have to switch airports, then deal with Ryanair. The usual connections to reaching Madrid are Chicago, New York, and London.from in the States it's possible that you could get a cheap deal to somewhere else in Europe
Be careful what you wish for!! Except for low fares, Ryanair has a very poor reputation for being customer-friendly. Considering the terrible reputation of U.S. airlines (in what other industry can you count on being lied to every time you talk to them? OK, not counting used car sales.), maybe Ryanair would fit right in.Ryanair doesn't appear to operate in the U.S, which is too bad because
falcon269 wrote:The Vueling daily flight is currently at 17:15, arriving in A Coruna (La Coruna in British parlance) at 20:20. It does leave from Heathrow, so avoids the aggravating trip to Stansted. The fare ranges from 115 to 160 Euros.
georgiesmom wrote: Since I will probably not be going on pilgrimage until 2013 I will have plenty of time to do research!
fraluchi wrote:georgiesmom wrote: Since I will probably not be going on pilgrimage until 2013 I will have plenty of time to do research!
Flights from the US are plentiful, but it would help to state from where you intend to start, in order to receive a useful suggestion. In Europe, at the present time, you can have "cheap flights" by Easyjet and Ryanair from many destinations.
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