Ryanair will take its Internet and call center booking system offline from 10 p.m. Feb. 22 until 11 p.m. Feb. 25. The LCC said the move is necessary to "change over to a new flight booking system," which it is doing in order to comply with a UK Office of Fair Trading mandate that requires all taxes and fees to be included in an advertised ticket price. The carrier reportedly missed a Jan. 31 deadline and received an extension to the end of February. A Ryanair spokesperson told the Irish ...

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