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Ryanair charges passengers more to re-book cancelled flights

3 days ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

The passengers of Ryanair are being hit with expensive price hikes when trying to rebook their cancelled flights - and finding new flights much cheaper. The airline has waived their change fees, but when trying to re-book their flights, are being charged much more.
The change fee, which starts from £35, was removed earlier this month as travellers faced massive travel disruptions by grounded flights due to the coronavirus pandemic.
However, some of that holidaymakers have found the new flights cost more than buying a new ticket, with some up to £80 more expensive.
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