When we visited London we wanted to get the most we could out of our trip. So we looked into trying to cram a short stay in Scotland into our itinerary. Only problem there was, of course, money. We looked into all of our options on the major flight carrier and they were estimating a fee of $120-200 for the round trip flight. This outrageous cost would significantly affect the amount of funds available for the remainder of our trip. We knew that Europe has an extensive train system and we inquired about arriving by train, but still that placed major time restrictions upon us considering that each trip would take approximately 5 hours.While searching, I stumbled upon a small economy airline carrier website; Easyjet, they were offering tickets to Edinburgh, Scotland from London's Stansted for $10 each way during a half price fare deal, making the entire trip only $20! We were so ecstatic.We found such an affordable airline carrier. It was truly the cheapest and quickest way for us to get to Scotland. Easyjet is a low advertising and very low-frills type of airline carrier. It does fly out of London, but is limited to certain airports, so please make sure that they fly into your airport destination prior to booking. Now, you have to be thinking, "wow that is such a great price, what is the catch?" well there is one. Easyjet has recently begun trying to integrate e-check into their airline. We took advantage of what we considered to be a timesaving maneuver. Unfortunately, at the time of our departure they were still ironing out the kinks. We floated effortlessly thorough check-in and got on board of the plan, escaping the hoards of people who seemed to be standing in line to check in for eternity. We took our seats, which by the way Easyjet does not reserve; all occupants are seated on a first come first served basis, soon thereafter we went though all of the procedures for take off. They announced within the cabin that there was a delay due to some of the passengers who had checked in to the flight not being on board. We then waited for the "supposed" late travelers to make their way to the plane. 45 minutes later we were still on the ground, they had to come through and checked everybody’s boarding pass, then they did a second check 20 minutes later for all passengers who had an e-ticket. Low and behold all three of the passengers had been "missing" had been sitting on the flight the entire time, someone had dropped the ball in processing the e-tickets they were holding. I know this because I went through check-in and I was one of the missing passengers, even though I had gotten my ticket marked and had been seated comfortably in my seat. Shortly thereafter we departed for take off; we were 1 hour and 15 minutes behind schedule.The fight was very short and somewhat comfortable, as far as airplanes go. This airline, is focused on the economy rider, so be prepared to pay for drinks and snacks and a whole host of other items that are up for sale within the plane.The experience was a bit frustrating, and yes, we did experience a similar delay on the way home, fortunately the missing passenger was not me again. But we did get to and from Edinburgh with only a relatively small delay, I would advise anyone to use Easyjet, but until they get their e-ticket process completely worked out, avoid using it and wait in the check in lines. You can check out their great fares and specials at www.easyjet.com.