The Italian Competition Authority has fined Irish LCC Ryanair €1.85 million ($2.1 million) for mass cancellations of flights because of personnel rostering problems in the fall 2017 and early 2018. The authority concluded in September 2017 that Ryanair had cancelled numerous flights as a result of its own organizational and management failings, rather than extraordinary circumstances outside its control. These cancellations, the authority said, caused “considerable inconvenience ...

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