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Re: Cyprus Airways Cost of closure

Postby Paphitis » Mon Apr 13, 2015 4:30 pm

miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:Aegean will NOT be getting my custom !!
Booking a flight on may 2nd to May 13th. Aegean, arriving at 3.45 am !!! charge £242.00
where as Easyjet arriving at a decent time 1.45 pm have charged £114.00

Price dif a staggering £128 or 112% more!!


I don't think Aegean are in the CHAV market.

Dont be so bloody stupid. Easyjet is a modern airline with almost new aircraft and a 100% safety record. Give me a reason why I would pay more than twice as much, unlesss you think that Im fucking stupid like you!!


Look! There are so many Americans who like to shop at Walmart too! Don't feel bad and cheap.

It's like buying my kids a bike. When I do that I like to be sure I got the best brakes and not some cheap Chinese asbestos assembly. Unfortunately, safety comes at a price.
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Re: Cyprus Airways Cost of closure

Postby miltiades » Mon Apr 13, 2015 8:42 pm

Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:Aegean will NOT be getting my custom !!
Booking a flight on may 2nd to May 13th. Aegean, arriving at 3.45 am !!! charge £242.00
where as Easyjet arriving at a decent time 1.45 pm have charged £114.00

Price dif a staggering £128 or 112% more!!


I don't think Aegean are in the CHAV market.

Dont be so bloody stupid. Easyjet is a modern airline with almost new aircraft and a 100% safety record. Give me a reason why I would pay more than twice as much, unlesss you think that Im fucking stupid like you!!


Look! There are so many Americans who like to shop at Walmart too! Don't feel bad and cheap.

It's like buying my kids a bike. When I do that I like to be sure I got the best brakes and not some cheap Chinese asbestos assembly. Unfortunately, safety comes at a price.

You talk a load of crap, don't you ! How on earth can you compare a cheap Chinese bike with Easyjet, you know you are more stupid than I gave you ...credit for !!!!
So, you think I ought to support an airline that charges twice as much plus , just because it happens to have a connection with Cyprus !! What a PLONKER !!
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Re: Cyprus Airways Cost of closure

Postby Paphitis » Tue Apr 14, 2015 12:47 am

miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:Aegean will NOT be getting my custom !!
Booking a flight on may 2nd to May 13th. Aegean, arriving at 3.45 am !!! charge £242.00
where as Easyjet arriving at a decent time 1.45 pm have charged £114.00

Price dif a staggering £128 or 112% more!!


I don't think Aegean are in the CHAV market.

Dont be so bloody stupid. Easyjet is a modern airline with almost new aircraft and a 100% safety record. Give me a reason why I would pay more than twice as much, unlesss you think that Im fucking stupid like you!!


Look! There are so many Americans who like to shop at Walmart too! Don't feel bad and cheap.

It's like buying my kids a bike. When I do that I like to be sure I got the best brakes and not some cheap Chinese asbestos assembly. Unfortunately, safety comes at a price.

You talk a load of crap, don't you ! How on earth can you compare a cheap Chinese bike with Easyjet, you know you are more stupid than I gave you ...credit for !!!!
So, you think I ought to support an airline that charges twice as much plus , just because it happens to have a connection with Cyprus !! What a PLONKER !!


I also bet you stick to the cheapskate wines. You probably only get the 4L cask varieties.

face it dude. Some of us prefer quality French or Australian but of course these are too expensive for you! Connoisseur my arse!

You're lucky though. Cheap wine has little chance of killing you although they are more acidic and will make your teeth fall out. But as i understand it, you're already an ugly old bastard with false teeth anyways! :lol:

I wouldn't mind you doing a more scientific study as individual airline ticket prices can fluctuate. I know for instance that Aegean has some ridiculously cheap airfares. I bought 4 of them just 1 month ago (Larnaca - Athens, Athens to Santorini, Mykonos to Athens, Athens to Corfu) with combined cost with luggage under 500.

Plus I get my free upgrade from my mates! 8)

Silly old fart! :lol:
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Re: Cyprus Airways Cost of closure

Postby miltiades » Tue Apr 14, 2015 7:32 am

Immature, rather naïve and utterly stupid.

However it appears AA have dropped their price for may 3rd to may 13th, now £194
https://e-ticket.aegeanair.com/pl/A3Onl ... -518180381

Easyjet at £126 , £68 less or 20 bottles or more of ....Othello !!! Who in their right mind who throw away down the toilet 20 plus bottles, well a Plonker would !!
http://www.easyjet.com/EN/Booking.mvc

Australia by the way is not renowned for its wines, average plonk, mostly drunk by young uninitiated wine drinkers. France still has the best wines as well as Argentine, Chilean wines are good to but the best is none other that Chateau Stroumbi the Great cru !!

My wine drinking is hereditary and has been going on for over 45 years, I bet you drink xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
that horrid Aussie liquid :lol: :lol:
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Re: Cyprus Airways Cost of closure

Postby miltiades » Tue Apr 14, 2015 7:32 am

Immature, rather naïve and utterly stupid.

However it appears AA have dropped their price for may 3rd to may 13th, now £194
https://e-ticket.aegeanair.com/pl/A3Onl ... -518180381

Easyjet at £126 , £68 less or 20 bottles or more of ....Othello !!! Who in their right mind who throw away down the toilet 20 plus bottles, well a Plonker would !!
http://www.easyjet.com/EN/Booking.mvc

Australia by the way is not renowned for its wines, average plonk, mostly drunk by young uninitiated wine drinkers. France still has the best wines as well as Argentine, Chilean wines are good to but the best is none other that Chateau Stroumbi the Great cru !!

My wine drinking is hereditary and has been going on for over 45 years, I bet you drink xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
that horrid Aussie liquid :lol: :lol:
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Re: Cyprus Airways Cost of closure

Postby Paphitis » Tue Apr 14, 2015 12:58 pm

miltiades wrote:Immature, rather naïve and utterly stupid.

However it appears AA have dropped their price for may 3rd to may 13th, now £194
https://e-ticket.aegeanair.com/pl/A3Onl ... -518180381

Easyjet at £126 , £68 less or 20 bottles or more of ....Othello !!! Who in their right mind who throw away down the toilet 20 plus bottles, well a Plonker would !!
http://www.easyjet.com/EN/Booking.mvc

Australia by the way is not renowned for its wines, average plonk, mostly drunk by young uninitiated wine drinkers. France still has the best wines as well as Argentine, Chilean wines are good to but the best is none other that Chateau Stroumbi the Great cru !!

My wine drinking is hereditary and has been going on for over 45 years, I bet you drink xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
that horrid Aussie liquid :lol: :lol:


Keep it up with your cheap wines. Some of us just won't compromise.

I told you that I booked 4 tickets with Aegean in peak season June and July.

Each sector included 25 Euros worth of baggage - total 100 Euros.

The tickets themselves all came under 100 Euros.

In addition to that, the bookings were made through a travel agent. No ID95 either as I used that on other sectors to Dubai. So I paid full tote and probably paid 10% commission to my agent. Could have got them cheaper if I booked myself.

Enjoy your cheap Acidic Cypriot Cask wines. Make sure you drink plenty of water otherwise you will damage the enamel of your false teeth. :lol:
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Re: Cyprus Airways Cost of closure

Postby miltiades » Tue Apr 14, 2015 1:22 pm

Cypriot wines may not be of the French standards, they are on average drinkable wines, however you may not know that all wines contain preservatives, all that is apart from village home made wines. They are superb, pure and virgin wines. As a wine drinker for almost half a century I can say that some village wines are exceedingly good, they are fresh, strong in alcohol and pleasant to the palate.

Young boys such as you do not appreciate a good wine or rather can not tell the difference.

I have said before that most bottled Cypriot wines are just drinkable .

Clarets are for me and for most wine drinkers by far the most enjoyable but one can not drink Petrus or any Pomerol on a daily basis, unless of course one is a millionare.

Im currently on to a Chilean Shiraz wine at just over a fiver, pleasant and rich and rather enjoyable.
Hey ...big spender, care to bid on this ?
http://www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctions/show/79334
Or rather this might be in your price league :lol:
http://www.bbr.com/products-337-1982-petrus-pomerol
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Re: Cyprus Airways Cost of closure

Postby Paphitis » Tue Apr 14, 2015 1:36 pm

miltiades wrote:Cypriot wines may not be of the French standards, they are on average drinkable wines, however you may not know that all wines contain preservatives, all that is apart from village home made wines. They are superb, pure and virgin wines. As a wine drinker for almost half a century I can say that some village wines are exceedingly good, they are fresh, strong in alcohol and pleasant to the palate.

Young boys such as you do not appreciate a good wine or rather can not tell the difference.

I have said before that most bottled Cypriot wines are just drinkable .

Clarets are for me and for most wine drinkers by far the most enjoyable but one can not drink Petrus or any Pomerol on a daily basis, unless of course one is a millionare.

Im currently on to a Chilean Shiraz wine at just over a fiver, pleasant and rich and rather enjoyable.
Hey ...big spender, care to bid on this ?
http://www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctions/show/79334
Or rather this might be in your price league :lol:
http://www.bbr.com/products-337-1982-petrus-pomerol


The only Cypriot Wine I will touch are from the Hadjiantonas Winery owned by my good friend Captain Theodoros Hadjiantonas of Cyprus Airways.

Married to a German and up to speed with the latest German, French and Australian standards. I don't think you can afford it.

Plus I will be meeting my good mate and will try out some of his finest no doubt. 8)

Plus he is a comrade.

Sorry but I don't do peasant wine. :lol:
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Re: Cyprus Airways Cost of closure

Postby miltiades » Tue Apr 14, 2015 1:42 pm

Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:Cypriot wines may not be of the French standards, they are on average drinkable wines, however you may not know that all wines contain preservatives, all that is apart from village home made wines. They are superb, pure and virgin wines. As a wine drinker for almost half a century I can say that some village wines are exceedingly good, they are fresh, strong in alcohol and pleasant to the palate.

Young boys such as you do not appreciate a good wine or rather can not tell the difference.

I have said before that most bottled Cypriot wines are just drinkable .

Clarets are for me and for most wine drinkers by far the most enjoyable but one can not drink Petrus or any Pomerol on a daily basis, unless of course one is a millionare.

Im currently on to a Chilean Shiraz wine at just over a fiver, pleasant and rich and rather enjoyable.
Hey ...big spender, care to bid on this ?
http://www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctions/show/79334
Or rather this might be in your price league :lol:
http://www.bbr.com/products-337-1982-petrus-pomerol


The only Cypriot Wine I will touch are from the Hadjiantonas Winery owned by my good friend Captain Theodoros Hadjiantonas of Cyprus Airways.

Married to a German and up to speed with the latest German, French and Australian standards. I don't think you can afford it.

Plus I will be meeting my good mate and will try out some of his finest no doubt. 8)

Plus he is a comrade.

German standards ? :lol: :lol: Australian standards !!! Since when has either Germany or Australia become renown for their wines ??
As for the Hadjiantonas Winery, I do not know it so I can not comment. In my experience however, most of the Cypriot bottled wines, apart from the labels, are pretty much the same.
When you have drunk 20 thousand bottles of wine then we may be able to ....compare, right now you are a boy, stick to triple xxx :lol:
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Re: Cyprus Airways Cost of closure

Postby Paphitis » Tue Apr 14, 2015 1:49 pm

miltiades wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
miltiades wrote:Cypriot wines may not be of the French standards, they are on average drinkable wines, however you may not know that all wines contain preservatives, all that is apart from village home made wines. They are superb, pure and virgin wines. As a wine drinker for almost half a century I can say that some village wines are exceedingly good, they are fresh, strong in alcohol and pleasant to the palate.

Young boys such as you do not appreciate a good wine or rather can not tell the difference.

I have said before that most bottled Cypriot wines are just drinkable .

Clarets are for me and for most wine drinkers by far the most enjoyable but one can not drink Petrus or any Pomerol on a daily basis, unless of course one is a millionare.

Im currently on to a Chilean Shiraz wine at just over a fiver, pleasant and rich and rather enjoyable.
Hey ...big spender, care to bid on this ?
http://www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctions/show/79334
Or rather this might be in your price league :lol:
http://www.bbr.com/products-337-1982-petrus-pomerol


The only Cypriot Wine I will touch are from the Hadjiantonas Winery owned by my good friend Captain Theodoros Hadjiantonas of Cyprus Airways.

Married to a German and up to speed with the latest German, French and Australian standards. I don't think you can afford it.

Plus I will be meeting my good mate and will try out some of his finest no doubt. 8)

Plus he is a comrade.

German standards ? :lol: :lol: Australian standards !!! Since when has either Germany or Australia become renown for their wines ??
As for the Hadjiantonas Winery, I do not know it so I can not comment. In my experience however, most of the Cypriot bottled wines, apart from the labels, are pretty much the same.
When you have drunk 20 thousand bottles of wine then we may be able to ....compare, right now you are a boy, stick to triple xxx :lol:


Since the entire world consider them to be the best! In fact award winning.

I bet you didn't know that a Penfolds Grange is actually considered to be the best wine in the world and at 1000 euros a bottle it will wanna be.

And yes, I had a bottle of the stuff until I knocked it off to my wife's disgust! 8)

You will have to sell a lot of cheap chinese cookware to do that old sport! :lol:
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