Ticket sales soar as first cross channel flight takes off from Brighton Airport

Brighton (Shoreham) Airport

Brighton (Shoreham) Airport

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The first cross-channel flight from Brighton (Shoreham) Airport to Paris Pontoise Airport is due to take off this morning.

The 8.30am flight is the first daily scheduled service operated by new airline Brighton City Airways.

Officials say it will take just an hour to fly to France on a 19-seat Let 410 commuter aircraft for £69 one way, including taxes and charges.

Company boss Jonathan Candelon, who founded the airline along with former Royal Marine commando Neil Laughton, hopes French visitors to Britain will use the new service.

He said: “Considering we have not yet started operations, we are very pleased with the demand for tickets.

“If sales continue at this level, we are confident that targets for the year will be met.

“We are not only making it easy and affordable for passengers to enjoy Paris for day- trips, weekends and short or long breaks, but we are also bringing French visitors over to discover the south of England and its attractions.”

The airline has sold more than £40,000 worth of tickets.

Airport manager Ric Belfield said: “This is absolutely what we want to see at the airport, scheduled international travel bringing peo- ple through our airport.”

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9:02am Wed 6 Mar 13

Skidrow says...

Great idea and I hope it takes off...
Great idea and I hope it takes off... Skidrow
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9:05am Wed 6 Mar 13

mimseycal says...

and lands ;-)
and lands ;-) mimseycal
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9:25am Wed 6 Mar 13

Hector66 says...

very funny guys - gave me a chuckle while i study the racing form.

i, too, wish it every success and look forward to using it for a few French jaunts this summer with my family when we return for our hols. The prices seem too good to be true.

Please don't go bust!
very funny guys - gave me a chuckle while i study the racing form. i, too, wish it every success and look forward to using it for a few French jaunts this summer with my family when we return for our hols. The prices seem too good to be true. Please don't go bust! Hector66
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11:57am Wed 6 Mar 13

bug eye says...

Shoreham airport has a lot to offer for travellers with a great refurbished art deco restaurant, great food, lots of free jazz events etc. easy parking, check in etc. and great just to go and view the planes. Wish it every success. Hopefully it wont be long before the building is restored to its art deco glory, if poss with a contemporary twist would be good.
Shoreham airport has a lot to offer for travellers with a great refurbished art deco restaurant, great food, lots of free jazz events etc. easy parking, check in etc. and great just to go and view the planes. Wish it every success. Hopefully it wont be long before the building is restored to its art deco glory, if poss with a contemporary twist would be good. bug eye
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11:57am Wed 6 Mar 13

bug eye says...

Shoreham airport has a lot to offer for travellers with a great refurbished art deco restaurant, great food, lots of free jazz events etc. easy parking, check in etc. and great just to go and view the planes. Wish it every success. Hopefully it wont be long before the building is restored to its art deco glory, if poss with a contemporary twist would be good.
Shoreham airport has a lot to offer for travellers with a great refurbished art deco restaurant, great food, lots of free jazz events etc. easy parking, check in etc. and great just to go and view the planes. Wish it every success. Hopefully it wont be long before the building is restored to its art deco glory, if poss with a contemporary twist would be good. bug eye
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12:05pm Wed 6 Mar 13

Mel Shock says...

What's the round trip price ? £69 oneway......so what's the return price, you think they would have said eh
What's the round trip price ? £69 oneway......so what's the return price, you think they would have said eh Mel Shock
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12:08pm Wed 6 Mar 13

Mel Shock says...

ok so just looked..........FROM ....£69 each way but can be up to £99 for the dates I selected, I guess could be cheaper than easyjet if you discount the cost of getting to Gatwick........
ok so just looked..........FROM ....£69 each way but can be up to £99 for the dates I selected, I guess could be cheaper than easyjet if you discount the cost of getting to Gatwick........ Mel Shock
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12:26pm Wed 6 Mar 13

GIVE UP says...

The flight l selected was for the 15 March return.. £109 outwards / £99 back,and that's without the cost of getting into the centre of Paris..
The flight l selected was for the 15 March return.. £109 outwards / £99 back,and that's without the cost of getting into the centre of Paris.. GIVE UP
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4:18pm Wed 6 Mar 13

getThisCoalitionOut says...

jonathan candelon - that's a funny name just in itself!!

good luck guys
jonathan candelon - that's a funny name just in itself!! good luck guys getThisCoalitionOut
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5:38pm Wed 6 Mar 13

krobinson says...

I wonder how much the taxi fare is from the airport to central Paris? 69 one way as well?
I wonder how much the taxi fare is from the airport to central Paris? 69 one way as well? krobinson
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6:27pm Wed 6 Mar 13

djwbrighton says...

bus to and from nearest train station in france included.
bus to and from nearest train station in france included. djwbrighton
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4:25am Thu 7 Mar 13

monkeymoo says...

djwbrighton wrote:
bus to and from nearest train station in france included.
Yes.. nearest train station.
Then its 53 euros (£49) for the return train to Paris!

As i said before..I wish them all the luck....But its cheaper to fly with a main airline from Gatwick or Heathrow. Including getting to and from the all airports, and its quicker.
[quote][p][bold]djwbrighton[/bold] wrote: bus to and from nearest train station in france included.[/p][/quote]Yes.. nearest train station. Then its 53 euros (£49) for the return train to Paris! As i said before..I wish them all the luck....But its cheaper to fly with a main airline from Gatwick or Heathrow. Including getting to and from the all airports, and its quicker. monkeymoo
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4:48am Thu 7 Mar 13

monkeymoo says...

djwbrighton wrote:
bus to and from nearest train station in france included.
Just checked their website.
Bus IS NOT included, its an extra £10 per person (£5 each way).

Total cost (for when im planning on going to Paris) would be £286 for a return. This includes; taxi to Shoreham airport from Brighton, the return flights, bus to nearest French train station, return train fare to Paris.

Although its closer to me, and therefore a bit more convenient, the cost is quite a lot more money compared to other airlines.....and there's no toilet on board!!

I really do wish you all the best with your business though. Im 100% sure the costs are down to taxes rather than greed.
Good luck.
[quote][p][bold]djwbrighton[/bold] wrote: bus to and from nearest train station in france included.[/p][/quote]Just checked their website. Bus IS NOT included, its an extra £10 per person (£5 each way). Total cost (for when im planning on going to Paris) would be £286 for a return. This includes; taxi to Shoreham airport from Brighton, the return flights, bus to nearest French train station, return train fare to Paris. Although its closer to me, and therefore a bit more convenient, the cost is quite a lot more money compared to other airlines.....and there's no toilet on board!! I really do wish you all the best with your business though. Im 100% sure the costs are down to taxes rather than greed. Good luck. monkeymoo
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5:02am Thu 7 Mar 13

monkeymoo says...

djwbrighton wrote:
bus to and from nearest train station in france included.
Just checked their website.
Bus fare IS NOT included, its an extra £10 per person (£5 each way).

Total cost (for when im planning on going to Paris) would be £286 for a return. This includes; taxi to Shoreham airport from Brighton, the return flights, bus to nearest French train station, return train fare to Paris.

Although its closer to me, and therefore a bit more convenient, the cost is quite a lot more money compared to other airlines.....and there's no toilet on board!!

I really do wish you all the best with your business though. Im 100% sure the costs are down to taxes rather than greed.
Good luck.
[quote][p][bold]djwbrighton[/bold] wrote: bus to and from nearest train station in france included.[/p][/quote]Just checked their website. Bus fare IS NOT included, its an extra £10 per person (£5 each way). Total cost (for when im planning on going to Paris) would be £286 for a return. This includes; taxi to Shoreham airport from Brighton, the return flights, bus to nearest French train station, return train fare to Paris. Although its closer to me, and therefore a bit more convenient, the cost is quite a lot more money compared to other airlines.....and there's no toilet on board!! I really do wish you all the best with your business though. Im 100% sure the costs are down to taxes rather than greed. Good luck. monkeymoo
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5:16am Thu 7 Mar 13

monkeymoo says...

Don't want to put a downer on things...
I just checked Eurostar for the same dates.
Total cost = £135 return. Including return train from Brighton to St Pancras.

The TOTAL journey time (door to door) is one hour LONGER than flying from Brighton, but I'm saving £151.

Tha's going to be hard to beat for any airline...Just have to go through a dodgy, leaking tunnel!!
Don't want to put a downer on things... I just checked Eurostar for the same dates. Total cost = £135 return. Including return train from Brighton to St Pancras. The TOTAL journey time (door to door) is one hour LONGER than flying from Brighton, but I'm saving £151. Tha's going to be hard to beat for any airline...Just have to go through a dodgy, leaking tunnel!! monkeymoo
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7:04am Thu 7 Mar 13

pebble counter says...

A brave and admirable venture in these times of consistent bad news about our economy, I'm sure everyone wishes the service every success. I hope the novelty of the service keeps it going and it expands to other destinations.
A brave and admirable venture in these times of consistent bad news about our economy, I'm sure everyone wishes the service every success. I hope the novelty of the service keeps it going and it expands to other destinations. pebble counter
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8:57am Thu 7 Mar 13

John Steed says...

I love it "london international airport brighton (shoreham)" yep got a ring to it! big it up for sussex every body.

on a more important note I wish you guys well
I love it "london international airport brighton (shoreham)" yep got a ring to it! big it up for sussex every body. on a more important note I wish you guys well John Steed
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10:06am Thu 7 Mar 13

yourallnuts says...

monkeymoo wrote:
Don't want to put a downer on things... I just checked Eurostar for the same dates. Total cost = £135 return. Including return train from Brighton to St Pancras. The TOTAL journey time (door to door) is one hour LONGER than flying from Brighton, but I'm saving £151. Tha's going to be hard to beat for any airline...Just have to go through a dodgy, leaking tunnel!!
On the other thread to this story you claim to be able to fly with Monarch from Gatwick to Paris for £60 return, is this true or your normal bull monkeymoo?
[quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: Don't want to put a downer on things... I just checked Eurostar for the same dates. Total cost = £135 return. Including return train from Brighton to St Pancras. The TOTAL journey time (door to door) is one hour LONGER than flying from Brighton, but I'm saving £151. Tha's going to be hard to beat for any airline...Just have to go through a dodgy, leaking tunnel!![/p][/quote]On the other thread to this story you claim to be able to fly with Monarch from Gatwick to Paris for £60 return, is this true or your normal bull monkeymoo? yourallnuts
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12:29pm Thu 7 Mar 13

brightonmike2011 says...

You cannot fly direct from Gatwick to a Paris airport on any airline. Monkeymoo is spreading lies the same as he did on the other news item.

He also lies about the journey times, the shortest train journey via Eurostar from Brighton to Paris is 4 and a half hours. With Brighton City Airways, it's 2 hours including travel to/from the airports at each end, assuming you are coming from Brighton and going to the centre of Paris. It is 15 minutes from Brighton to Shoreham Airport, and 38 minutes from Pontoise to Arc De Triomphe.

That is a 2 and a half hour difference and I don't know about anyone else, but I think if you can get to Paris for either the same or less than Eurostar and in less than half the time.

People like him are always sitting behind their computer screens rubbishing everything everybody else does. The people behind BCA are actually out there working hard and grafting to achieve something.

I know who I'd rather take notice of.
You cannot fly direct from Gatwick to a Paris airport on any airline. Monkeymoo is spreading lies the same as he did on the other news item. He also lies about the journey times, the shortest train journey via Eurostar from Brighton to Paris is 4 and a half hours. With Brighton City Airways, it's 2 hours including travel to/from the airports at each end, assuming you are coming from Brighton and going to the centre of Paris. It is 15 minutes from Brighton to Shoreham Airport, and 38 minutes from Pontoise to Arc De Triomphe. That is a 2 and a half hour difference and I don't know about anyone else, but I think if you can get to Paris for either the same or less than Eurostar and in less than half the time. People like him are always sitting behind their computer screens rubbishing everything everybody else does. The people behind BCA are actually out there working hard and grafting to achieve something. I know who I'd rather take notice of. brightonmike2011
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12:34pm Thu 7 Mar 13

brightonmike2011 says...

monkeymoo wrote:
djwbrighton wrote:
bus to and from nearest train station in france included.
Yes.. nearest train station.
Then its 53 euros (£49) for the return train to Paris!

As i said before..I wish them all the luck....But its cheaper to fly with a main airline from Gatwick or Heathrow. Including getting to and from the all airports, and its quicker.
How is it quicker to fly from Heathrow? It takes 2 hours to get from Brighton to Paris with BCA.

It takes an hour at least just to get to Heathrow, let alone checking in, flight time and journey times at the other end.

Not only that but you can't even fly to Paris from Gatwick.

You're just talking out of your arse.
[quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]djwbrighton[/bold] wrote: bus to and from nearest train station in france included.[/p][/quote]Yes.. nearest train station. Then its 53 euros (£49) for the return train to Paris! As i said before..I wish them all the luck....But its cheaper to fly with a main airline from Gatwick or Heathrow. Including getting to and from the all airports, and its quicker.[/p][/quote]How is it quicker to fly from Heathrow? It takes 2 hours to get from Brighton to Paris with BCA. It takes an hour at least just to get to Heathrow, let alone checking in, flight time and journey times at the other end. Not only that but you can't even fly to Paris from Gatwick. You're just talking out of your arse. brightonmike2011
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1:42pm Thu 7 Mar 13

Jimmy Stewart's Imaginary Rabbit says...

pebble counter wrote:
A brave and admirable venture in these times of consistent bad news about our economy, I'm sure everyone wishes the service every success. I hope the novelty of the service keeps it going and it expands to other destinations.
Totally agree. History IS against them as all other Shoreham-based commercial airline ventures have ended in failure, but maybe with the increased population (to say nothing of the vastly-increased number of French emigres working in Britain) this time it will work.

Like you I wish them nothing but the best.
[quote][p][bold]pebble counter[/bold] wrote: A brave and admirable venture in these times of consistent bad news about our economy, I'm sure everyone wishes the service every success. I hope the novelty of the service keeps it going and it expands to other destinations.[/p][/quote]Totally agree. History IS against them as all other Shoreham-based commercial airline ventures have ended in failure, but maybe with the increased population (to say nothing of the vastly-increased number of French emigres working in Britain) this time it will work. Like you I wish them nothing but the best. Jimmy Stewart's Imaginary Rabbit
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1:47pm Thu 7 Mar 13

monkeymoo says...

yourallnuts wrote:
monkeymoo wrote:
Don't want to put a downer on things... I just checked Eurostar for the same dates. Total cost = £135 return. Including return train from Brighton to St Pancras. The TOTAL journey time (door to door) is one hour LONGER than flying from Brighton, but I'm saving £151. Tha's going to be hard to beat for any airline...Just have to go through a dodgy, leaking tunnel!!
On the other thread to this story you claim to be able to fly with Monarch from Gatwick to Paris for £60 return, is this true or your normal bull monkeymoo?
Please learn to read.
Then learn to use the internet to search for good deals.
Then realise that i am here giving people the OPTIONS of travel for cheaper.

Now..off you pop to school, for your reading lessons kid.
[quote][p][bold]yourallnuts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: Don't want to put a downer on things... I just checked Eurostar for the same dates. Total cost = £135 return. Including return train from Brighton to St Pancras. The TOTAL journey time (door to door) is one hour LONGER than flying from Brighton, but I'm saving £151. Tha's going to be hard to beat for any airline...Just have to go through a dodgy, leaking tunnel!![/p][/quote]On the other thread to this story you claim to be able to fly with Monarch from Gatwick to Paris for £60 return, is this true or your normal bull monkeymoo?[/p][/quote]Please learn to read. Then learn to use the internet to search for good deals. Then realise that i am here giving people the OPTIONS of travel for cheaper. Now..off you pop to school, for your reading lessons kid. monkeymoo
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1:50pm Thu 7 Mar 13

monkeymoo says...

brightonmike2011 wrote:
monkeymoo wrote:
djwbrighton wrote:
bus to and from nearest train station in france included.
Yes.. nearest train station.
Then its 53 euros (£49) for the return train to Paris!

As i said before..I wish them all the luck....But its cheaper to fly with a main airline from Gatwick or Heathrow. Including getting to and from the all airports, and its quicker.
How is it quicker to fly from Heathrow? It takes 2 hours to get from Brighton to Paris with BCA.

It takes an hour at least just to get to Heathrow, let alone checking in, flight time and journey times at the other end.

Not only that but you can't even fly to Paris from Gatwick.

You're just talking out of your arse.
You are quite right. I have made a mistake in saying it was quicker.
It is however CHEAPER to fly with other airlines.
If you read my post about Eurostar, it is £151 cheaper to go with them. it takes an hour longer..but who cares.

As for talking out of my arse...look it up on the website. If you can manage to do that without help? If not, im sure my 3 year old can assist you.
[quote][p][bold]brightonmike2011[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]djwbrighton[/bold] wrote: bus to and from nearest train station in france included.[/p][/quote]Yes.. nearest train station. Then its 53 euros (£49) for the return train to Paris! As i said before..I wish them all the luck....But its cheaper to fly with a main airline from Gatwick or Heathrow. Including getting to and from the all airports, and its quicker.[/p][/quote]How is it quicker to fly from Heathrow? It takes 2 hours to get from Brighton to Paris with BCA. It takes an hour at least just to get to Heathrow, let alone checking in, flight time and journey times at the other end. Not only that but you can't even fly to Paris from Gatwick. You're just talking out of your arse.[/p][/quote]You are quite right. I have made a mistake in saying it was quicker. It is however CHEAPER to fly with other airlines. If you read my post about Eurostar, it is £151 cheaper to go with them. it takes an hour longer..but who cares. As for talking out of my arse...look it up on the website. If you can manage to do that without help? If not, im sure my 3 year old can assist you. monkeymoo
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1:58pm Thu 7 Mar 13

monkeymoo says...

Eurostar...£151 cheaper than Brighton city airways.
Eurostar: Brighton (actual) to Paris (actual) with one change (London). Journey time 3 hrs. Cost £135
BCA: Brighton (8 miles near) to Paris (20 miles near). Door to door journey time 2 hrs. Cost £286

Sorry Brightonmike2011....
but it seems your business is a bit on the OVERPRICED side. Good luck with it though.xx
Eurostar...£151 cheaper than Brighton city airways. Eurostar: Brighton (actual) to Paris (actual) with one change (London). Journey time 3 hrs. Cost £135 BCA: Brighton (8 miles near) to Paris (20 miles near). Door to door journey time 2 hrs. Cost £286 Sorry Brightonmike2011.... but it seems your business is a bit on the OVERPRICED side. Good luck with it though.xx monkeymoo
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2:12pm Thu 7 Mar 13

yourallnuts says...

monkeymoo wrote:
yourallnuts wrote:
monkeymoo wrote: Don't want to put a downer on things... I just checked Eurostar for the same dates. Total cost = £135 return. Including return train from Brighton to St Pancras. The TOTAL journey time (door to door) is one hour LONGER than flying from Brighton, but I'm saving £151. Tha's going to be hard to beat for any airline...Just have to go through a dodgy, leaking tunnel!!
On the other thread to this story you claim to be able to fly with Monarch from Gatwick to Paris for £60 return, is this true or your normal bull monkeymoo?
Please learn to read. Then learn to use the internet to search for good deals. Then realise that i am here giving people the OPTIONS of travel for cheaper. Now..off you pop to school, for your reading lessons kid.
Sorry monkeymoo but it's all there for anyone to read in the comments of the other story on this venture so you yet again make yourself look like a compulsive liar and a complete fool!

http://www.theargus.
co.uk/news/10266876.
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[quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]yourallnuts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: Don't want to put a downer on things... I just checked Eurostar for the same dates. Total cost = £135 return. Including return train from Brighton to St Pancras. The TOTAL journey time (door to door) is one hour LONGER than flying from Brighton, but I'm saving £151. Tha's going to be hard to beat for any airline...Just have to go through a dodgy, leaking tunnel!![/p][/quote]On the other thread to this story you claim to be able to fly with Monarch from Gatwick to Paris for £60 return, is this true or your normal bull monkeymoo?[/p][/quote]Please learn to read. Then learn to use the internet to search for good deals. Then realise that i am here giving people the OPTIONS of travel for cheaper. Now..off you pop to school, for your reading lessons kid.[/p][/quote]Sorry monkeymoo but it's all there for anyone to read in the comments of the other story on this venture so you yet again make yourself look like a compulsive liar and a complete fool! http://www.theargus. co.uk/news/10266876. Cross_channel_flight s_take_off_from_Brig hton_tomorrow/?ref=m s yourallnuts
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4:09pm Thu 7 Mar 13

monkeymoo says...

yourallnuts wrote:
monkeymoo wrote:
yourallnuts wrote:
monkeymoo wrote: Don't want to put a downer on things... I just checked Eurostar for the same dates. Total cost = £135 return. Including return train from Brighton to St Pancras. The TOTAL journey time (door to door) is one hour LONGER than flying from Brighton, but I'm saving £151. Tha's going to be hard to beat for any airline...Just have to go through a dodgy, leaking tunnel!!
On the other thread to this story you claim to be able to fly with Monarch from Gatwick to Paris for £60 return, is this true or your normal bull monkeymoo?
Please learn to read. Then learn to use the internet to search for good deals. Then realise that i am here giving people the OPTIONS of travel for cheaper. Now..off you pop to school, for your reading lessons kid.
Sorry monkeymoo but it's all there for anyone to read in the comments of the other story on this venture so you yet again make yourself look like a compulsive liar and a complete fool!

http://www.theargus.

co.uk/news/10266876.

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Yet again...you have FAILED to read.
Please come back and post your comments when you have managed this simple task.
Until then, Stop being a compulsive fool!
[quote][p][bold]yourallnuts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]yourallnuts[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]monkeymoo[/bold] wrote: Don't want to put a downer on things... I just checked Eurostar for the same dates. Total cost = £135 return. Including return train from Brighton to St Pancras. The TOTAL journey time (door to door) is one hour LONGER than flying from Brighton, but I'm saving £151. Tha's going to be hard to beat for any airline...Just have to go through a dodgy, leaking tunnel!![/p][/quote]On the other thread to this story you claim to be able to fly with Monarch from Gatwick to Paris for £60 return, is this true or your normal bull monkeymoo?[/p][/quote]Please learn to read. Then learn to use the internet to search for good deals. Then realise that i am here giving people the OPTIONS of travel for cheaper. Now..off you pop to school, for your reading lessons kid.[/p][/quote]Sorry monkeymoo but it's all there for anyone to read in the comments of the other story on this venture so you yet again make yourself look like a compulsive liar and a complete fool! http://www.theargus. co.uk/news/10266876. Cross_channel_flight s_take_off_from_Brig hton_tomorrow/?ref=m s[/p][/quote]Yet again...you have FAILED to read. Please come back and post your comments when you have managed this simple task. Until then, Stop being a compulsive fool! monkeymoo
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4:30pm Thu 7 Mar 13

yourallnuts says...

And poor deluded monkeymoo FAILS yet again in their attempt to make themself not look STUPID...The End
And poor deluded monkeymoo FAILS yet again in their attempt to make themself not look STUPID...The End yourallnuts
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4:57pm Thu 7 Mar 13

monkeymoo says...

yourallnuts wrote:
And poor deluded monkeymoo FAILS yet again in their attempt to make themself not look STUPID...The End
Poor, Poor kid. One day (when you grow up) you might realise that i am giving people informed choice over CHEAPER ways to travel to Paris.
Until then...... Keep serving me my Big Mac.
[quote][p][bold]yourallnuts[/bold] wrote: And poor deluded monkeymoo FAILS yet again in their attempt to make themself not look STUPID...The End[/p][/quote]Poor, Poor kid. One day (when you grow up) you might realise that i am giving people informed choice over CHEAPER ways to travel to Paris. Until then...... Keep serving me my Big Mac. monkeymoo
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4:59pm Thu 7 Mar 13

monkeymoo says...

yourallnuts...you just got your arse handed to you...so yes, you're right...its THE END!!
yourallnuts...you just got your arse handed to you...so yes, you're right...its THE END!! monkeymoo
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3:12pm Mon 11 Mar 13

brightonmike2011 says...

@monkeymoo I don't work for BCA. I'm nothing to do with them. You're also lying about your claims of flying on Monarch from Gatwick to Paris. Monarch do not operate a Gatwick to Paris route. They don't operate a London to Paris route full stop. You're also lying about the 3 hour Eurostar journey time, I've checked numerous times and it's 4.5 hours from Brighton.

You're just a barefaced liar. It's cringe worthy and embarrassing.
@monkeymoo I don't work for BCA. I'm nothing to do with them. You're also lying about your claims of flying on Monarch from Gatwick to Paris. Monarch do not operate a Gatwick to Paris route. They don't operate a London to Paris route full stop. You're also lying about the 3 hour Eurostar journey time, I've checked numerous times and it's 4.5 hours from Brighton. You're just a barefaced liar. It's cringe worthy and embarrassing. brightonmike2011
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