Ryanair rejects Spanish emergency landing reports

Ryanair has rejected what it said are false claims regarding three emergency landings made by the airline in Valencia in July.

23rd August, 2012
Michael O’Leary said there is no threat to Ryanair’s Spanish license from investigations.

Ryanair has rejected what it said are false claims regarding three emergency landings made by the airline in Valencia in July.

Chief executive Michael O’Leary branded reports in Spain about the landings as “crazy” at a press conference in Madrid. He said that flights all had the required amount of fuel onboard at the time of the landings, which were forced due to delays landing at Madrid and Valencia because of storms on July 26th....

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