Ryanair Boeing 737-800 (Image: Max Thrust Digital)

High court rules OTA screen scraping is illegal

Ireland’s High Court released a ruling yesterday declaring so-called “screen scraping” by Online Travel Agents (OTAs) illegal, a practice than often results in customers being overcharged. Several websites such as Kiwi.com, eDreams, trip.com and Super Saver are known to use the practice which sees them booking flights and extras for [read more]

An American Airlines Boeing 777 (Image: UK Aviation Media)
Airport News

Over half of UK Airports worried about financial stability

According to a report from AeroCloud, the intelligent airport management platform, over half of UK airports are worried about financial stability following the global pandemic. The “Getting on the runway to growth” report showed that 58% of UK airport leaders were concerned about their financial stability despite air traffic returning [read more]

Ryanair Boeing 737-800 at Bristol Airport (Image: UK Aviation Media)
Airline news

Ryanair finds unauthorised parts in 737 engines

Ryanair (FR/RYR) has confirmed it has found unauthorised parts in two engines during inspections of its Boeing 737s. Unauthorised parts are those purchased through the supply chain but carry falsified certification documents. The number of unauthorised parts found on aircraft is rapidly becoming a scandal with many major airlines finding [read more]