RNIB investigates Ryanair's online offering
1st Nov 2005
The RNIB says that Ryanair appears to be offering disabled passengers a lower standard of service when they book over its website. If proved, Ryanair's approach is likely to be discrimination under the UK's Disability Discrimination Act.
From an article at Out-Law.
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