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Latest comments

Matias Lq
Very noisy airport, speaker announcements all the time and very loud. Excessively so for such a small airport. Easy to...
Krakow / John Paul II International | 4 hours ago

David Hunt
Staff performing but don't seemed interested if you fly with them again. Going on old reputations Had feeling of th...
Aer Lingus | 10 hours ago

ua917
The Ryan Air in Star Alliance. Not even water on intra-Europen flights. Prices on board more expensive than Easyjet &...
Brussels Airlines | 17 hours ago

Mikel
It was the same plane that I took from BCN-SXF, so it was actually as good and normal as the way to Berlin.
Airbus A319 | 2 days ago

Tomas Z.
Flight was delayed by 3 hours due to aircraft repositioning in the airports and no apologies by the airline.. Very sad
AirBaltic | 3 days ago

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Keep track of where you have been and how you got there by adding your flights to your Flightdiary.net account.

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