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Stansted-based Ryanair is facing enforcement action by the Civil Aviation authority for failing to give customers accurate information on their rights.
It said the company falsely claimed it did not have to re-route passengers on other airlines, particularly when there are no other services available.
It follows yesterday's announcement that the airline was cancelling 18,000 additional flights and suspending some routes, like Stansted to Glasgow and Edinburgh until next year.
The firm says it will meet with the regulator.
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