Ryanair charges £40 without special prepaid MasterCard, EU considers scrapping airline surcharges

From the telegraph.co.uk; Emma Wall

Airline charges could soon be a thing of the past. The European Commission is reviewing air passenger rights after receiving complaints from customers and watchdogs about the excessive surcharges airlines issue.

The proposed ‘one flight, one price’ ruling is being considered but European Commission vice-president and transport commissioner Siim Kallas.

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