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IAA report recommends Ryanair should review fuel policy

An Irish Aviation Authority report has recommended that Ryanair should review its fuel policy.

20th September, 2012
Ryanair said the IAA report disproves false claims in the Spanish media.

An Irish Aviation Authority report has recommended that Ryanair should review its fuel policy.

The report into three fuel emergency incidents experienced in Spain in July said that the airline should consider issuing guidance to crew with respect to fuel when operating into busy airports with mixed airport operators and types particularly in poor weather conditions when diversions are likely.

The report also concluded that Ryanair should consider including as part of its program scenarios...

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