UK Regulator Seeks to Force Ryanair to Compensate Strike-Hit Flyers

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A Ryanair aircraft on the tarmac at Dublin’s international airport. Ryanair is facing legal action from Britain’s aviation regulator after the discount carrier refused to pay compensation to passengers for strike disruption. Chris Ratcliffe / Bloomberg

Skift Take: The Civil Aviation Authority’s move to consider an enforcement action comes after the Irish carrier declined to compensate passengers over strike-related disruptions this summer. Ryanair said that courts in Germany, Spain, and Italy have already ruled that the strikes were an exceptional circumstance and that the airline doesn’t owe compensation.

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