Wynne Gray flies from Berlin to Toulouse aboard Ryanair.
A Ryanair 737-800.
Price: Part of a deal but cheap as.
On time: Pushed off on time, however we had a brief delay on the runway because of traffic congestion.
My seat: On the aisle, 6C.
Fellow passengers: All sorts who felt they could survive a smooth two-hour flight without the need to be fed, watered and entertained.
How full: Overhead lockers filled and all but a seat or two.
Entertainment: You make your own, like the bloke across the aisle from me who alternated between reading his phone and taking selfies.
Food and drink: Zero, so bring your own — the guy in our window seat clearly didn't think he was going to get fed when he landed, or he hadn't eaten for several days.
Luggage: Strict 20kg check-in allowance and some hand luggage.
Toilets: One up front, which got a steady stream of traffic throughout the flight.
Airport experience: Berlin domestic is very functional, from the train ride out then a lengthy walk for the check-in through one of the four terminals. There are a number of food, beverage and shopping outlets to take up your time before you board.
Would I fly this airline again? No problem. Newish plane, comfortable and an attractive price.