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Frills coming fast for a No-Frills Airline

Frills coming fast for a No-Frills Airline

Ryanair, an Irish low-cost airline, has announced a new, flexible business-class service on Wednesday. This move is intended to rebuild the airline's image by catching up with travelers' demands for better treatment.

The new fares are starting at €69.99 (or £59.99 for UK customers). The airline said its "Business Plus" fares would give customers flexibility on tickets, more check-in baggage of up to 20 kilograms, fast track airport security at some airports, and "premium" seats in the first five rows for quick boarding.

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French traveler on Ryanair from Morocco demonstration

French traveler on Ryanair from Morocco demonstration

In excess of 100 furious travelers on Wednesday declined to put down a Ryanair flight subsequent to it was sidetracked to Belgium, trying that they be sent home, as per the police force and firefighters.

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Ryanair ready to compensate passengers

Ryanair ready to compensate passengers

Ryanair Holdings PLC is ready for the reimbursement of cost that the passengers have to incurred because of six days close of airlines due to ash clouds but the its fight to review the rules related to payment of compensation is still going on.

Ryanair, Europe's largest low-cost carrier, will only compensate the cost of air tickets and will fight against current European Union rules according to which the airlines must refund the expenses incurred by the passengers due to flight delays in case passengers choose to be re-routed rather than refunding ticket cost.

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Ryanair against reimbursing hotel bills

Ryanair against reimbursing hotel bills

Michael O'Leary, the Ryanair chief executive, said that the airlines should not be held responsible for the reimbursement of passengers' hotel accommodation in case the flights are delayed or cancelled.

He added that he will challenge the EU laws that expect an airline which is getting a fare of €30 to spend thousands of euros on passengers' hotel and food bills.

Ryanair will reimburse only the original price of the air fare to the passengers.

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