Several passengers demanding compensation from Ryanair for delays or cancellations were surprised when they realized that the check they received was not valid because it was not signed.
The airline low costs justified the situation with "an administrative error". In the company's social Twitter network led by Michael O'Leary, the courier service apologized for the "small number of checks (less than 190 out of 20,000 checks that were cleared in July)" invalid and made new ones issued checks last week.
– Ryanair (@Ryanair) August 22, 2018
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Since April more than one million passengers in Europe have been hit by delays and canceled flights, largely as a result of strikes by workers, pilots and crew members who have opposed the courier service to demand better working conditions.
In September there will be a new meeting of several European trade unions in Rome, with the aim to continue with more protest measures. Wage conditions, entitlement to parental leave, termination of the disciplinary procedure on the basis of medical losses or the objectives inherent in the sale on board are some of the reasons behind the claims of the trade unions that caused the various strikes. part of the airline's employees low costs Irish.