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Complaints over Ryanair ad

Michael O'Leary's airline, Ryanair, has fallen foul of the British advertising watchdog for the sixth time this year.

18th December, 2004

Michael O'Leary's airline, Ryanair, has fallen foul of the British advertising watchdog for the sixth time this year.

The Advertising Standards Authority ruled that the Dublin-based airline was wrong to claim that it beat its rival easyJet every week with “more passengers, cheaper prices and better punctuality'‘. The watchdog investigated following complaints from easyJet.

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