Anorak | Ryanair vows to treat passengers better (for a small fee)

Ryanair vows to treat passengers better (for a small fee)

by | 21st, September 2013

on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Monday, June 24, 2013. Traders in the U.S. dumped stocks, bonds and commodities, prompted by signs of distress in China's economy and worries about the end of the Federal Reserve bank's easy money policies. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)


RYANAIR is in the news. Passengers wonder what the hellish company has come up with now to extract cash from customers. Is Ryanair to charge extra for anyone wearing the wrong-sized shoes or a surcharge for having a surly steward knock you unconscious with a blow to the head and slap you awake on arrival?

Well, no. It turns out that Ryanair’s abrasive captain Michael O’Leary has admitted that the airline’s staff can be utter swine. He was upset his airline charged Dublin-based neurosurgeon Muhammad Taufiq Sattar an extra €188 for switching flights when his wife, Shehnila Taufiq and their 19-year-old daughter and sons, aged 17 and 15, named Zainab, Jamal and Bilal died in a house fire in Leicester. Mr Sattar had his regular ticket to fly

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