Thanks, it works fine on Chrome indeed.
Still confirm the error 308 on IE though.
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Thanks, it works fine on Chrome indeed.
I didn't knew Internet Explorer was supported? Does Microsnot still make new versions of it?
I suffer far less from ryanitis then you suffer from the opposite. Amavro’s post above yours points it out perfectly. As a final thought, none of my friends and family are into aviation and have flown from both BRU and CRL .... and amazingly have never managed to end up at the wrong airport?! I know ... pretty surprising right? Don’t try and justify your hidden agendaPassenger wrote: ↑04 Apr 2018, 14:34Clear proof of "ryanitis": you have worked too long for Ryanair so you are unable to accept the basic principle of consumer legislation: one may not mislead "the average consumer" (the Belgian law indeed says "gemiddelde consument / consommateur moyen"). And that's what I wrote: "average consumers" have a far less aviation knowledge then Aviation24.be members. "Brussels South Airport" is misleading. "Brussels South Charleroi Airport" is correct. See down below.
Regarding the Belgian state, investing money into Air Belgium: actually I was expecting some support from you there, given your campaign here towards the illegal state aid (through reduction of social security costs) that was given to Brussels Airlines, Jetarifly/TUI fly and Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium...
Anyway, on topic: I never opposed them or I never wrote they would never start (contrary to Powdair, where I was the only one here who wrote it was a scam). But yes, it looks strange to me what they're doing now: too little time between bookings-open and first flight - unlogic flight schedule (2 aircraft but no outgoing flights on days 5-6) - no use of the financial incentive that Brussels Airport offers - use of an airport that is difficult to reach compared to BRU.
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Legislation text: Als misleidend wordt beschouwd een handelspraktijk die gepaard gaat met onjuiste informatie en derhalve op onwaarheden berust of, zelfs als de informatie feitelijk correct is, de gemiddelde consument op enigerlei wijze, inclusief door de algemene presentatie, bedriegt of kan bedriegen ten aanzien van een of meer van de volgende elementen, en de gemiddelde consument er zowel in het ene als in het andere geval toe brengt of kan brengen een besluit over een transactie te nemen dat hij anders niet had genomen.
Une pratique commerciale est réputée trompeuse si elle contient des informations fausses ou si, d’une manière quelconque, y compris par sa présentation générale, elle induit ou est susceptible d’induire en erreur le consommateur, en ce qui concerne un ou plusieurs éléments ( existence ou nature du produit ou du service, ses caractéristiques principales, le prix…), même si les informations présentées sont factuellement correctes, et qu’elle l’amène ou est susceptible de l’amener à prendre une décision commerciale qu’il n’aurait pas prise autrement.
I think no. If the authorities wanted to boycot Air Belgium, they would still be waiting for their AOC. The BCAA can always find a reason to ground an airline or revoke an AOC, even for TUI fly, Brussels Airlines, etc. If they have a different interpretation of the law, their interpretation becomes the law.
I agree. Let's stop complaining. Let us support the only Belgian airline we still have. They will have teething problems, too. So, what ?Amavro wrote: ↑04 Apr 2018, 14:22
Let's be objective please. Ok, the choice of CRL might be controversial, but under no circomstances they are misleading by saying "Brussels south" as long as other companies do the very same, and CRL is not so far from Brussels City. This is marketing. There are plenty of airports doing the same thing. And of course they are advertising Brussels, even if they fly from CRL. When you go to London, even if you land at Gatwick, Stansted, Luton or Heathrow, you go to London, and every airoport is advertising for that.
You must be stupid to advertise for Charleroi, isn'it ?
For the taxes on the website, i've checked it with my sister who is a lawyer, and there is nothing illegal.
Stop complaining about everything, for godness sake there is a BELGIAN airline, everyone should be supporting it.
You've got a point (49.9 % Chinese), but 50,1 % Belgian (if my memory serves me right). It's better than 0 %.
They will pay their taxes in the same way as employees of SN, TUI...
It will be not only Belgian,but it will be the most Belgian passenger airline that will exist.
I didn't post anything about that flag issue. I just watched it passing by.
Yes, they have been boycotted.
Your language is nothing to be proud of.