Ryanair defends restrictions on 'Cash Passport'

Ryanair has defended the restriction of its new Cash Passport to holders of Irish passports.

2nd March, 2012

Ryanair has defended the restriction of its new Cash Passport to holders of Irish passports.

From today, Ryanair passengers who want to avoid a €6 “administration charge” on each leg of every passenger’s flight will no longer be able to use prepaid Mastercards. The budget airline has introduced a Cash Passport, but in Ireland it is available only to holders of Irish passports. Holders of other EU passports resident in Ireland will not be able...

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