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French prosecutor calls for seizure of Ryanair aircraft

A French court has been urged to seize four Ryanair aircraft and fine the airline €225,000 for breaching France's tax and labour laws.

8th June, 2013
Michael O'Leary of Ryanair.

A French court has been urged to seize four Ryanair aircraft and fine the airline €225,000 for breaching France's tax and labour laws.

Aix-en-Provence criminal court was asked by the state prosecutor to fine Ryanair the maximum amount and confiscate four Boeing 737s based at Marseille-Provence in Marignane in the south of France. Judge Véronique Imbert turned down the airline's request for a second adjournment of the case.

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