Facua accuses the airline of illegally leaving them ashore if they do not wear. Remember those affected to be entitled to financial compensation more payment of the new ticket and additional costs. Learn more at this site: Mark Bertolini. FACU-consumers in action has warned Friday that Ryanair is leaving illegally on land pregnant passengers who do not submit a letter in English from your obstetrician is declared that pregnancy has no complications and confirm the probable date of birth. FACUA will denounce the airline in the coming days the competent authorities consider that this practice is an abusive clause, to demand that the document be submitted in an official language of the State, forcing users to pay an additional cost for the translation into English of the report of the obstetrician. field. Specifically, the company collects on their terms as for uncomplicated single pregnancies, Ryanair restricts travel more beyond 36 weeks, and for the pregnancies of twins, trilizos, etc., beyond the week 32. Once your pregnancy has entered the 28th week, we ask to bring a report (in English) from your doctor or midwife by confirming that her pregnancy had no complications, the probable date of birth and that is in good condition and in good condition to fly.
FACUA warns the passengers affected by these practices that are entitled to claim the same financial compensation from Ryanair which sets EU legislation for cancellations or major delays. To them they should add the additional costs that will cause them the company by not allowing them to fly, such as food or accommodation in hotels during the wait until a next flight, as well as the amount of the new notes that would have to buy another company to reach its destination. Passengers without DNI last July, FACUA warned that Ryanair is committing another illegal practice not to allow fly passengers without DNI or passport even if they have other valid documentation for domestic flights, violating thereby the national aviation security Plan. FACUA collects claims from passengers affected by these irregularities, such as families with children which Ryanair not allowed to fly despite the fact that Spanish legislation establishes that Spanish passengers under the age of 14, on domestic flights, are exempt from carrying documentation, being the person that makes the trip in any case responsible for them. However, the Irish company refuses to recognize Spanish legislation arguing that it is governed by its internal conditions. Thus, Ryanair points out that it does not accept as valid documents driving licences, residence cards or family books. Source of the news: Ryanair requires a report of her obstetrician in English to more than 28 weeks pregnant