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Anybody looking to offload a flight to paris

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Hi

If anyone isn't going to Paris for the 6N and looking to transfer a flight (Fri to sun... CDG) drop me a DM.

Someone is looking to go but flights are pretty expensive. I suspect there might be a lot of no shows

Thanks


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Have 2 spare tickets for Irish section if anyone needs

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Out of curiosity, are people here that were planning on going to the match still going to go to Paris? I'm in two minds. On one hand, it's not like Paris is particularly bad right now. On the other, the thought of airports and planes and the like isn't very appealing right now.

Not sure if I'm being paranoid or not.
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CiaranIrl wrote:Out of curiosity, are people here that were planning on going to the match still going to go to Paris? I'm in two minds. On one hand, it's not like Paris is particularly bad right now. On the other, the thought of airports and planes and the like isn't very appealing right now.

Not sure if I'm being paranoid or not.
Don’t go

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CiaranIrl wrote:Out of curiosity, are people here that were planning on going to the match still going to go to Paris? I'm in two minds. On one hand, it's not like Paris is particularly bad right now. On the other, the thought of airports and planes and the like isn't very appealing right now.

Not sure if I'm being paranoid or not.
Have decided not to go. Made decision after the game was cancelled, but had been in two minds up to then.

Had free cancellation on the hotel, so just Ryanair flight costs gone.

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CiaranIrl wrote:Out of curiosity, are people here that were planning on going to the match still going to go to Paris? I'm in two minds. On one hand, it's not like Paris is particularly bad right now. On the other, the thought of airports and planes and the like isn't very appealing right now.

Not sure if I'm being paranoid or not.
There's a group of us still going with a couple not.

However... Continue to monitor. Our various companies have travel advice as well as the official one. If any of those go "no travel" for Paris we'll not go.



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CiaranIrl wrote:Out of curiosity, are people here that were planning on going to the match still going to go to Paris? I'm in two minds. On one hand, it's not like Paris is particularly bad right now. On the other, the thought of airports and planes and the like isn't very appealing right now.

Not sure if I'm being paranoid or not.
Israel just announced that anyone coming into the country has to self isolate for 14 days. With things happening so quickly it's not beyond the bounds of possibility that others will follow suit and you'd have to do the same upon your return.

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