Hi! 'Out There'
My question is one that has given me and many other Northern Ireland citizens of the UK, many hours of mental unrest and one which still causes much perplexity.
How come we British citizens in N.Ireland, UK, are charged about £200 more than our fellow British citizens on Mainland Britian to fly to the Canary Islands with Thomas Cook Holidays? And why does Thomas Cook Holidays never include holiday deals from Belfast International Airport to Fuerteventura and the other Canary Islands? Are we in Belfast, N.Ireland, UK not classed as equal citizens of the State of Great Britain & Northern Ireland? Is our English pounds in some way less in value than the other coin of the British realm? What does the Fair Trading agencies say about this issue? How about a fair playing field in the holiday industry?