Ryanair claimed it did not receive official notification from Italian civil aviation authority ENAC that it was fined €3 million ($3.7 million) for 178 alleged violations of the EU passenger rights regulation between April 17 and April 22 and vowed it will "vigorously" appeal any fines if or when it receives notification of them. ENAC announced over the weekend that it had fined the LCC for failing to provide passengers at Rome Ciampino with drinks, food and accommodation ...

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