The passenger outrage has gone out of bounce and Ryanair had to publish the list of canceled flights and the reasons for it.
When Ryanair announced on Sunday that it’s going to cancel 40-50 flights per day for the next six weeks, was to improve punctuality.
But the plight has gone worse as the passengers are clueless of the present and expressed fear over future bookings.
Ultimately the carrier has announced the list of the flights cancelled and the list of passengers. But it was not clear about the alternate arrangements and the relevant compensation for cancellation.
O’Leary further mentioned that 75% to 80% of passengers would be offered alternative flights within a day of their departure date, while compensation of €240 to €400 will be paid; but refused to compensate passengers for the cost of cancelled hotel rooms, hire cars and the like.
Passengers are still kept in dark as to their entitlements.