Ryanair must pay back fliers stranded due to volcano eruption in 2010

01/31/2013 | Seattle Times, The

The European Court of Justice said Ryanair must compensate passengers who were stranded in 2010 as a result of a volcano eruption in Iceland. The carrier, which imposed a $2.71 fee on all flight bookings to "cover future compensation costs," said the ruling "will materially increase the cost of flying across Europe and consumer airfares will increase as airlines will be obliged to recover the cost of these claims from their customers."

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