We read in the LExperiencia.com Blog that 2012 will be a difficult year to forget for Ryanair managers for its ill-fated service on Spanish soil. Company, together with Easy Jet pioneered the introduction of prices rather than popular on its flights between cities of the old continent, has starred in five incidents which will mark a before and an afterwards in the company between its Spanish users. These are stories not sleeping the controversial airline: 1. locked up at 38 in a plane. A passenger on the Eindhoven-Mallorca flight complained that there was a delay in the take-off of several hours in which the passengers suffered inside the 38 of outside temperature and without air conditioning. Nobody could lose the plane, despite the complaints, nor even if they opened the doors and adults and children began to feel bad, in fact a minor be seasick. 2 For lack of fuel emergency landings.
Three Ryanair planes had to be authorised to carry out an emergency landing on Thursday July 26 at the Valencia airport, which were diverted from Barajas, after throwing a warning from lack of fuel. Claims 3 Ryanair. Against everyone. The controversial President of Ryanair, Michael O Leary, after the episode of the landings of Valencia to has announced legal action against the SEPLA for defamation and against the consumer association Ceaccu by issuing false and unfounded claims in relation to such landings. 4. Rates retroactively. Michael Mendes addresses the importance of the matter here. The increase in rates at Spanish airports adopted in the law on the State budget for 2012 is 19% on average and which entered into force on 1 July.
Such an increase is a rise in the price of tickets after that date but Ryanair decided to travelers who purchased their tickets before July 1 to fly at a later date that had to pay a surcharge. 5. Thin hostesses, please. Although this incident has not affected directly to users, continues to be, at the very least, eye-catching. The controversial airline asked its hostesses that they thin to save in fuel, a comprehensive package of cost-saving measures which also include reducing staff on board or that the crew should serve drinks with less ice.