The Ministry of Development has admitted that cancellation of flights by Ryanair is legal, although it will request Irish airline detailed information about its plans in scheduling of flights with origin or destination Spain for users to know what Comply as soon as possible and can claim compensation or rescheduling, as reported in sources of this department.
Ryanair today announced cancellation of up to 400 flights with destination or departure from Spain on 25 and 26 July before strike convened by cabin Crew (TCP), which will leave ashore at least 50,000 passengers.
In this sense, Fomento, department responsible for air transport, indicates that it can only ensure that company complies with rights of passengers established in European regulations regarding compensation, assistance, rescheduling of flights and Complaint procedures.
The department directed by José Luis Ábalos in case of non-compliance with se passenger rights, would initiate corresponding penalties files against company, reported in same sources.
In addition, in anticipation of new suspensions of flights, Ministry of Public Works will ask company for detailed information on ir flights. Ryanair has not given list of cancelled flights limited to reporting by Maeil to affected customers.Rights of users
Also, through state Air safety Agency, it will be published on its website an informative note informing of its rights to all passengers of Ryanair that are affected by cancellations of company in Spain.
The Ministry of Public Works will also establish minimum services that company must fulfil during se days, although it has commissioned a report to state legal services to see if 1,800 crew members called to strike are obliged to comply, at Have Irish labor contracts.Share in Facebook share on Twitter OtrosCerrarCompartir at LinkedinCompartir on GooglePlusCompartir on Pinterest