UK CAA Takes Action Against Ryanair Over Strike Compensation

Credit: Rob Finlayson
LONDON—Ryanair has responded defiantly to the UK Civil Aviation Authority’s decision to initiate enforcement action against the carrier over its refusal to compensate passengers affected by strike-hit flights. The airline insists that strikes fall under the “extraordinary circumstances” category and...

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