Enjoy the Inglés, I walked it this past June 1-6.Thank you all so much for taking the time to reply. I’ve decided, due to illness this year that I’m no longer putting off, anything, and that includes the Camino Ingles! I’m now thinking that I’ll go for end May/June 2020, as soon as those flights are released I’ll be ready to book!
@David, I think of this as the utilities company dilemma. If you turn on the light switch, and the light goes on, you don't think of ringing your local electricity provider to thank them for the service. And when you go to the bathroom and turn on a tap, and water emerges, you aren't going to ring the water company either. But should either of these things not happen, you will be quick to complain. Airlines are no longer seen as special - air travel has become so commonplace that they may be seen in a similar light - providing a utility transport service. So in this case, any perceived shortfall in the service is much more likely to attract an adverse comment than will good service..... but 3/10 customer reviews .... I am not certain about review sites .. do people who complain post more reviews?
Perfectly reliable no-frills operator.
Not personal experience, but a friend has just had her flight cost refunded as Vueling changed the time and it did not suit her. No arguments they just did it.
I flew Vueling from Nice to Barcelona in August 2018 connecting on to Manchester. I did buy an upgrade as I had a suitcase and wanted the reassurance of an assigned seat. Unfortunately, the departure from Nice was delayed by almost 2 hours leaving me with 30 minutes to make my connection which, I discovered, was literally the last gate at the other end of the airport. My quibble was there was no Vueling representative to help speed or even direct me through to my connection. I had to find my own way - which included a security checkpoint as the connection was to the UK. Other people kindly let me go ahead, and, I ran with my backpack and got to the gate as the last passengers were boarding.
My personal and quite frequent experience is that Vueling is not very punctual, though if punctuality is not that important, and for instance you do not have a connecting flight, Vueling will deliver you to your destination.A decent no-frills airline. I have flown with them several times. No problems on any of my flights. And A Coruña airport is small and very user-friendly.
Had never flown them before, but I did (2 times) this past September. They are a "no frills" I guess budget airline. Paris/Barcelona and Barcelona/Munich.
Last week I flew with them from SdC to Barcelona and on to Bologna and they were on time and everything was good.
Yes, I flew A Coruna to LHR at the start of October. They were great. The check in guy was most helpful sorting my API and getting me an exit aisle seat for my 6' 5" frame. Our flight was delayed an hour becos of weather conditions in London and they gave us updates every fifteen minutes at the gate.
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