You are a secret agent in the service of the KGB, and after a setback when the higher-ups thought your cover had been blown, you have embarked on a highly dangerous mission to infiltrate MI6. Under the pseudonym of Flynn Smith, you are working undercover in London when you receive the following mysterious email.
From: "email@example.com" < firstname.lastname@example.org >
Sent: Wed, 13 May 2015 10:27AM +0400
Subject: Ryanair Travel Itinerary
Dear Mr Smith,
THANK YOU FOR BOOKING WITH RYANAIR.
THIS IS YOUR BOOKING CONFIRMATION, PASSENGER ITINERARY AND RECEIPT EMAIL. PLEASE CHECK YOUR FLIGHT(S) AND PASSENGER(S) DETAILS BELOW.
MSYSTLMSPORDSTLTPA RYGMUCZAGBUDHEM ADADMEIKAUFA KBLTSEKTMURC XNNDACRGNLPFXNN CGKPERDRWADLBNE
DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL.
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You are confused: with all your expenses paid by the intelligence service, you never fly with a budget airline company like Ryanair. Perhaps they've got you mixed up with another Mr Smith - but how come your email address is on their records? Also there aren't even any ticket details in the email, only a nonsensical string of letters. The message must have been garbled.
But remembering your previous experience of an apparently spam email, you examine it more closely, wondering if there's a message hidden within it. After several minutes at your computer, you find the hidden message and your eyes widen. You reach for the drawer in which your handgun is stowed; you're in danger!
Looking even more closely, you realise that there's a second message hidden within the more obvious one. Your KGB agent handler is telling you where you must go - and probably also that you're in danger. It seems as though everything's under control, but you must move fast.
What is the hidden message?