A Dublin court has ruled in Ryanair’s favor over its refusal to pay compensation to Irish passengers whose flights were delayed or canceled as a result of internal strike action by airline staff. Swords District Court ruled that no compensation was due under European Union Regulation 261/2004 (EU261) to Ryanair customers affected by last summer’s strikes by airline staff because the industrial action was beyond the airline’s ...

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