Ryanair, Wizzair fined in Italy over cabin bag policy

phys.org | 2/21/2019 | Staff
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Italy's antitrust authority on Thursday slapped fines on low cost airlines Ryanair and Wizzair over their cabin baggage policy.

Both carriers allow small bags into the cabin free of charge only if they can be stowed under the seat in front of passengers.

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Bigger bags of up to 10 kilos require a luggage fee, or a fee-paying priority boarding pass.

Ryanair was fined three million euros ($3.4 million) and Wizzair one million euros.

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The Italian antitrust agency said that most passengers expected to travel with a larger carry-on bag and...
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