Regular Fare vs. No Taxes?

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Regular Fare vs. No Taxes?

Post by a84 on Sat 31 Mar 2012 - 21:16

Hi,

Is there any other deference between Regular Fare and No Taxes more than Price?
I'm not a EU citizen, can i take advantage of this option?



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Re: Regular Fare vs. No Taxes?

Post by HollandRyanair on Sun 1 Apr 2012 - 0:19

a84 wrote:Hi,

Is there any other deference between Regular Fare and No Taxes more than Price?
I'm not a EU citizen, can i take advantage of this option?



Thanks

The difference is just in the price. As you can see you'll have to pay 101 euro's in taxes for the 08:00 flight. If you select the 'No Taxes' flight, you won't have to pay any taxes. That's all.
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Re: Regular Fare vs. No Taxes?

Post by a84 on Sun 1 Apr 2012 - 9:14

HollandRyanair wrote:

The difference is just in the price. As you can see you'll have to pay 101 euro's in taxes for the 08:00 flight. If you select the 'No Taxes' flight, you won't have to pay any taxes. That's all.

Perfect... Wink
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