RYANAIR’s Christmas giveaway didn’t go as planned after it was hijacked by hilarious responses from passengers, asking for better service and free luggage.
The low-cost airline launched their #RyanairChristmasMiracle campaign on Twitter, offering a free €50 (£42) voucher.
To enter, social media users had to tag someone who hated Christmas shopping.
They wrote on Twitter: “It’s #ChristmasEveEve, and time is running out for presents.
“So we have a €50 Ryanair Gift Voucher to save you the bother of braving the shops today.
“To enter this competition, just tag someone who hates Christmas shopping and use the hashtag #RyanairChristmasMiracle.”
However, travellers used the handle to vent about Ryanair instead, asking for a number of hilarious things instead.
Ben tweeted: “Getting assigned seats together without paying extra #RyanairChristmasMiracle.”
Stacey added: “Stop making us pay £40 for hand luggage. It’s NOT fun. #ryanairchristmasmiracle.”
Conor said: “A good flight with Ryanair? #RyanairChristmasMiracle.”
Matt Roxburgh joked: “Saw #ryanairchristmasmiracle trending and thought that someone had managed to get an on time RyanAir flight for the advertised price with no surcharges.”
George Pinnington had a number of gripes: “A transparent pricing policy; smiling and cooperative staff; a pleasant flight experience and; above all, modest and self effacing corporate leadership #ryanairchristmasmiracle.”
Another person added: “How about your start recognizing unions, and actually employing staff not fobbing them off to Crewlink, then start paying them actual wages and the hours they work & limit days to only two sectors? #RyanairChristmasMiracle”
Some didn’t agree, claiming that Ryanair passengers only had themselves to blame.
Tom Parker explained: “Enjoying the angry replies to #RyanairChristmasMiracle, mainly because the most if them are complaining about things that were THEIR OWN FAULT.
“You get what you pay for. Read the small print and you’ll be fine.”
Ryanair recently announced that passengers who book flights only to be informed it is on a Boeing 737 aircraft, will not be permitted refunds.
The airline was recently voted one of the worst in the UK.
Sun Online contacted Ryanair for comment.
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