Ryanair Refuses To Honor Tickets Bought Through Third Parties

Ryanair Refuses To Honor Tickets Bought Through Third Parties
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Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 11 august 2008

Dublin-based European cheap-flight carrier has told customers that it will not accept tickets bought through price-comparison sites and says that the ‘scraping’ action of such sites is illegal. Ryanair thinks that they sell more than 1,000 tickets a day through such services. The Sun reports:

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