Ryanair succumbs to CAA demands for clarification on cancellations
Ryanair succumbs to CAA demands for clarification on cancellations
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30 September, 2017, 01:21
As well as the clarification email to affected passengers, a Ryanair press release explaining to customers how and when they will be re-accommodated on other Ryanair flights or other airline flights will be displayed on the home page of Ryanair's website from today.
Europe's biggest budget airline also promises to "reimburse any reasonable out-of-pocket expenses incurred by customers as a result of these flight cancellations".
In a statement released today, Ryanair said representatives met with vehicle to ensure that customers are fully aware of their rights and entitlements, including full refunds, or re-accommodation onto other Ryanair flights or other comparable transport options with reimbursement of reasonable out of pocket expenses.
"They are not making it clear to people their entitlement", Mr Haines told BBC Radio 4'sToday programme.
Ryanair had already canned 2,100 flights in the six weeks to the end of October as it struggled with landing planes on time, reportedly mainly owing to a shortage of pilots.
Mr Haines said airline passengers are "well-protected by the law".
The authority has pledged to bring "enforcement action" against the airline for failing to give customers accurate information about their rights. "This could open the floodgates to claims", said one senior aviation executive.
"We are furious that they are not complying with the law and they are not giving customers what they are entitled to", he said.
The regulator said at present it was yet to hear from the airline, saying it had requested a meeting to discuss its ongoing concerns around passenger rights.
The airline has pledged to fully cooperate with the CAA investigation.
"Our job is to protect passengers' rights and ensure that all airlines operating in the United Kingdom are fully compliant with important consumer laws".
Ryanair's operating licence is handled by the Irish Aviation Authority.
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