Ryanair bans Covid refund passengers from boarding new flights
The Guardian says Ryanair has been accused of barring passengers who pursued chargebacks against the airline during the pandemic from taking new flights this year – unless they return their refunds.
An investigation by MoneySavingExpert (MSE) has found that holidaymakers who sought refunds from their credit card provider have faced last-minute demands of up to £600 if they want to board a Ryanair plane.
During the lockdowns, Ryanair carried on flying many of its routes even though most tourists were in effect barred by government rules from travelling.
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