I recently read this article and wonder if it would simplify booking with Ryanair ?
Why would that apply to Ryanair? DOT is a US entity.
Nothing to do with Ryanair. Department of Transportation rulings don't apply in the UK.
In any case this has been the law in the EU for a number of years.
You're quite right Leyland - but FR is an Irish company (this doesn't apply there, either!).
Even if it did apply to Ryanair, I don't see why the rules would make any significant differences for them. If you search for a flight, the price shown already includes all non-optional fees and charges, and they've got a page on their website listing their fees which is clearly linked on the top of the front page. Bumping is pretty much never an issue as they don't overbook. Don't know if they refund luggage-charges in case of lost luggage but since they are a point-to-point airline I'd imagine the number of lost bags to be quite small anyway.
When I think of Ireland I always think of it as being part of the UK, even though I know it isn't lol!!
Not in recent history.
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