Written on: 28/11/2011 by radders
I've flown Easyjet all over Europe for peanuts, booking my tickets at least three months in advance, and can't fault the airline at all. Staff exude a calm efficiency and willingness to help any genuine problem, work to unbelievably tight schedules in disembarking and re-embarking flights, and are truly committed to customer service. The one blight on an otherwise perfect service is always the behaviour of fellow passengers. Listen up. Obey the rules - even an idiot can understand them - and be happy ;)
That means not trying to take two pieces of cabin baggage on board when you're limited to one, not trying to bluff your way through the Speedy Boarder queue when your ticket says 'Line 2', not switching off your stupid tacky mobile device when asked to do so, having your passport and boarding pass ready IN the queue and not waiting like it's some sort of surprise / trick question when they ask for them at the desk to start rummaging through your several pieces of hand luggage to find them, and not arguing with staff when they tell you you're in the wrong. You see, they do this all the time - they really *do* know what the rules are. You're not going to succeed in bullying / bluffing / shrieking / swearing / threatening your way through.
Sure, you can post your puerile gripes on here, but you come across as spiteful, frustrated juveniles who haven't got their own way. I'll bet lots of you are only-children. So grow up, act like responsible adults, read the rules, and make my Easyjet experience perfect.