Time for another snapshot – today focusing on Ryanair 8513 between Porto (Portugal) and Birmingham.
Porto Airport – when passed – was relativity quiet. Boarding was from Gate 11 in the Non-Schengen zone at the airport. Whilst it was an airbridge gate – as per usual for Ryanair – boarding was by steps.
It’s another Ryanair Boeing 737-800 operating flight 8513. EI-EVH is a 6 year old frame that has flown exclusively for the airline, powered by CMF-56 Engines. The plane was operated with a Porto based crew.
It’s the classic Ryanair interior. Yellow overhead bins, Blue Zodiac seats.
The plane has the classic Zodiac seats that don’t recline, with a 30″ Pitch and 17″ width.
In-Flight Entertainment and Connectivity
Food, Beverages and Sales
The crew spent a considerable amount of the flight conducting inflight sales, with nearly every row requesting items – be they drinks, alchol or food.
Inflight sales were conducted, with minimal uptake… well.. except from me.
Of course. This is a Ryanair fight. Two sales counted.
The full trip report soon!
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