Ryanair passenger shares pictures of 'filthy' plane seats
Ryanair passenger shares pictures of plane seats ‘so filthy that people refused to sit in them’ with crisps ground into the carpet
- The pictures had been taken on a flight from Ibiza back to Manchester last month
- Rubbish is strewn across the footwell and crushed crisps are littered across floor
- Another sees empty seats covered in stains, with crumbs and other food on them
- Facebook user Tash shared images in Ryanair complaints group after the journey
A Ryanair passenger has shared pictures of plane seats ‘so filthy that people refused to sit in them’ with crisps ground into the carpet.
The disgusting photographs were taken on a flight from Ibiza to Manchester last month.
Rubbish is strewn across the footwell and crushed crisps are littered across the floor in one image.
Another shows the empty seats covered in stains, with crumbs and other food surrounding them.
Social media user Tash shared the images in a Ryanair complaints group after the flight on June 17.
The disgusting photographs were taken on a flight from Ibiza to Manchester last month (pictured)
Rubbish is strewn across the footwell (pictured) and crushed crisps are littered across the floor in one image
She wrote: ‘So much for cleaning your planes for Covid. God I just f****** hate Ryanair – just boarded a flight back to Manchester from Ibiza and this is the cleanest part of the plane.’
Other members of the group were also angry at the mess, with one man saying: ‘Atrocious! I just remember they were always bad at cleaning.
‘I used to joke that’s why you print your boarding pass to sweep the crisps. Now it’s less funny.’
Another commented: ‘Ryanair disgust me, they’ve always disgusted me.’
One man said he had a similar experience, writing: ‘Just got off the Liverpool – Malta flights.
‘Opened the tray table to put some snacks on – it was filthy with grime and dust. No way has been cleaned.’
Tash also claimed staff failed to properly check her Covid form, adding: ‘I missed the back page and they didn’t even check it and accepted it.’
Speaking today, Tash said of the pictures: ‘People refused to sit there, it was like this more or less all over the plane.
Social media user Tash shared the images in a Ryanair complaints group after the flight on June 17 (file photo)
‘It was dirty and unclean. It’s understandable it wouldn’t be the cleanest, however you can tell they haven’t attempted to clear it at all.
‘Staff were threatening lads on the plane that we won’t set off because their mask wasn’t tucked behind their ears, but they were wearing it – it was pretty much a power trip.’
She added: ‘We could move where we wanted on the plane with no spaces between people.
‘They’re claiming to be ever so professional, when they’re refusing refunds and don’t abide by any social distancing regulations.’
A spokesman for Ryanair said: ‘Ryanair has a new set of health measures in place to prevent any spread of Covid-19.
‘We are regularly assessing the effectiveness of these measures and we continue to work with our people to ensure our guidelines are followed.
‘In line with industry standards, our cabin crew carry out a cabin tidy and toilet check at the end of every flight, and at the end of each day all Ryanair aircraft are thoroughly cleaned with hospital grade disinfectant, which is effective for over 24 hours.
‘We are following up with our crew in relation to this flight.’
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