A judge today ruled that passengers are entitled to claim for flight disruption, which happened more than two years ago
The Treasury has called on shops to make sure they pass on tax savings to customers who buy goods at the airport
A test case will decide whether Ryanair can limit the amount of time a passenger can claim to two years
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