RYANAIR passengers were geared up for a short hop to Greece’s second city on a Friday night - but they never got there.
Eighty-nine passengers refused to take the bus and instead spent the night at the airport.
In the end, the Greek government sent an Aegean Airlines aircraft to Timisoara, which flew passengers to Thessaloniki, where they arrived nearly 24 hours later than scheduled.
Ryanair was recently voted the worst UK airline for the sixth year in a row.
The low-cost airline scored a customer rating of just 40 per cent in the Which? annual survey.
Out of the 7,901 respondents who were asked if there was one airline with which they would never travel, 70 per cent named Ryanair.