The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said it would be taking legal steps to ensure Ryanair changed its policy on paying flight delay compensation. Ryanair has responded to the CAA, saying that threatened enforcement action for breach of consumer law is “unnecessary.” The CAA, which has been reviewing claims about breaches in passenger rights legislation, said the steps are necessary to ensure “UK passengers are protected with essential consumer rights.” Following ...

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