Government’s travel advice ‘outrageous’ and ‘astonishing’ says Ryanair

High Court hears policy has had a devastating impact on the airline

15th September, 2020
Government’s travel advice ‘outrageous’ and ‘astonishing’ says Ryanair
Ryanair claims the travel advice has been presented as mandatory, when it is not

Ryanair has claimed the government’s advice to people returning from non-green list countries to self-isolate for 14 days, has been “nonsensical” and has been presented as mandatory, when it is not.

In a High Court challenge of the measures, the Irish airline said the government’s travel advice has been “outrageous” and “astonishing.“

Martin Hayden SC, counsel for Ryanair, told the court that the measures have had...

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