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‘Second worst short-haul airline’ in Europe refuses to refund family $200 because they claim fliers ‘unchecked’ themselves before boarding
Europe's largest low-cost airline Ryanair said the family "unchecked" themselves before the flight, causing their boarding passes to be invalid.
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Airlines around the world are facing scrutiny from advertising and consumer agencies, regulators, and courts over allegedly making misleading claims about their sustainability efforts, sometimes dubbed "greenwashing". Ryanair, Lufthansa and Etihad have all faced criticism from Britain's advertising watchdog for either alleged instances of oversimplifying or providing misleading environmental claims. Whether it was Ryanair calling itself Europe's "lowest emission airline" or Lufthansa saying it was "protecting the future" or Etihad referring to "sustainable aviation", the airlines were told to avoid wording that could imply their activities were good for the environment.
Italy's price cap on flights to Sicily and Sardinia is "illegal and unenforceable", Ryanair group CEO Michael O'Leary told Reuters on Tuesday, adding the budget airline had lodged a complaint with the European Commission. Speaking in Rome, O'Leary said Ryanair could respond by reducing domestic flights to Sicily by as much as 15-20% this winter, shifting its focus instead to international routes to the southern Italian holiday island.
Ryanair group CEO Michael O'Leary said an Italian government decree to cap the price of flights to Sicily and Sardinia was "illegal and unenforceable" and confirmed the budget airline had lodged a complaint with the European Commission. Speaking to Reuters in Rome, O'Leary said Ryanair could reduce domestic flights to Sicily by as much as 15-20% this winter, switching the focus instead to international flights to the southern Italian island. Last month, the government banned airlines from raising fares to Sicily and Sardinia beyond a level "200% higher" than the average price for flights to the two islands, a move aimed at stemming price increases over the peak summer holidays.
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In the past week, management of airline heavyweights increased their respective projections for third-quarter 2023 fuel price per gallon. Hawaiian Holdings, meanwhile, revised its projections downward for key metrics.
Climate activists greet Ryanair CEO with a pie in the face, but he rips them for using artificial cream: ‘I invite passengers to come to Ireland where the cream is better!’
The aviation sector has pledged to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, but activists want change now, and they’re not above a vaudevillian prank.
While low-cost carriers have allowed many to see places that they would have otherwise not had a chance to see by flying them there cheaply, increased scrutiny is being drawn to their environmental impact. A recent report shows that budget airlines nearly quadrupled their carbon dioxide emissions from 1990 to 2020, while last July Greenpeace called them out for "exploit[ing] every loophole and trick in the book" to offer travelers the "€10 airline ticket" that demotivates from choosing trains and other more sustainable travel options. The environmental side of the low-cost carrier recently came front and center during Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary's visit to the European Commission Headquarters in Brussels.