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  • Ryanair ordered to pay back €10m by EU regulators - TTG Digital
    Ryanair ordered to pay back €10m by EU regulatorsTTG DigitalEuropean Union regulators made the announcement on Wednesday, when it said the French support, which consisted of contractual rebates and airport and marketing deals, had given Ryanair an unfair advantage, Reuters reported. The no frills carrier has ... […]
  • Ryanair ordered to repay €9.6m in state aid to France - Buying Business Travel
    Buying Business TravelRyanair ordered to repay €9.6m in state aid to FranceBuying Business TravelRyanair has been told to repay almost €9.6 million in illegal state aid it received from the French government for its operations at several regional airports. The European Commission ruled the support Ryanair received, which related to rebates and ... […]
  • Drunken passenger attempts to open plane door on board Ryanair flight to ... - Daily Mail
    Daily MailDrunken passenger attempts to open plane door on board Ryanair flight to ...Daily MailA drunk passenger attempted to open a plane door on a Ryanair flight to Dublin after mistaking it for a toilet. Tomasz Mucha, 26, drunk vodka and beer to calm his nerves on what was his first ever flight when he made the error. Shocked passengers ...'Drunken […]
  • Ryanair ordered to repay €10m in illegal state aid - Irish Independent
    Irish IndependentRyanair ordered to repay €10m in illegal state aidIrish Independent"We will immediately appeal the decisions in Pau, Angouleme and Nimes cases where the EU Commission mistakenly suggested that the airports' agreements with Ryanair did not fully comply with the EU state aid rules," Ryanair director of legal and ... […]
  • Ryanair ordered to pay back €9.6m in illegal state aid to France - FRANCE 24
    Ryanair ordered to pay back €9.6m in illegal state aid to FranceFRANCE 24Low-cost airline Ryanair must repay about 9.6 million euros in illegal state aid it received from the French government for its operations at several regional airports, the European Commission said on Wednesday. The Commission, the European Union's ... […]
  • Ryanair won't be unduly troubled by its defeat on airport charges - The Guardian
    The GuardianRyanair won't be unduly troubled by its defeat on airport chargesThe GuardianIn the early years of Michael O'Leary's reign as Ryanair's chief executive Wednesday's ruling by the European commission on airport charges would have been a serious blow. Brussels confirmed that the budget airline must repay €10m (£8m) in state […]
  • Ryanair told to pay back €10m in illegal state aid from France - The Guardian
    The GuardianRyanair told to pay back €10m in illegal state aid from FranceThe GuardianThe EU competition watchdog said Ryanair would have to pay back €6.4m related to aid received for operating at Nîmes airport, the subject of an Air France complaint. Ryanair will also have to return €2.4m in aid connected to Pau Pyrénées airport and ...Ryanair Told To Pay B […]
  • Ryanair boss says company may show interest in Cyprus Air - Reuters
    Famagusta GazetteRyanair boss says company may show interest in Cyprus AirReutersO'Leary said he would be meeting with Cypriot tourism and finance officials, where Ryanair would raise concerns over high fees charged by Cypriot airports. "We would like to grow more, but the impediment are the high costs," he said, adding that a high ...Ryanair […]
  • Wizz Air and Jet2.com worse than Ryanair for extras - Telegraph.co.uk
    Telegraph.co.ukWizz Air and Jet2.com worse than Ryanair for extrasTelegraph.co.ukAnother carrier that charges for hand luggage – Wizz Air – came second in the table. It earns 34.9 per cent of its total revenue through extras. Perhaps surprisingly, Ryanair - once the industry leader - was only fifth, behind Las Vegas-based Allegiant ...How budget airlines REA […]
  • What REALLY happens to your luggage after check-in! Video footage captures ... - Daily Mail
    Daily MailWhat REALLY happens to your luggage after check-in! Video footage captures ...Daily MailWhen our luggage disappears on the conveyor belt at check-in we don't expect it to be given the full VIP treatment, though we would likely expect that it not be tossed brazenly about on the tarmac. The latter is precisely what happened on at least one ... […]