Images made their way back to Europe today of Ryanair’s Customer Service department after several passengers went on a trip to try to get their money back from the cancellations in 2017.
After cancelling nearly half a million passengers’ journeys in 2017 and still not refunding the money, the disgruntled customers set out to try to get some answers.
Despite finding the office in the Sahara Desert, there was a sign on the wall saying that the department was on strike with no date given as to the return.
Many summer holidays may be cancelled this summer after a number of sources say that, following last year’s catastrophe after Ryanair messed up the holiday schedules for pilots in 2017, which resulted in hundreds of cancelled flights.
According to sources, most of the staff have chosen to take most of the summer off and so many family holidays will indeed be cancelled.
Ryanair are of course denying all of this until the last minute.
Experts are warning should you wish to claim compensation, don’t bother as Ryanair will claim it was cancelled due to bad weather, despite the fact it was 30c.