Edward Snowden trapped at Moscow airport in dispute over Ryanair surcharge

A Ryanair spokesman confirmed: ‘The small print on page 9 of the booking form clearly states that if the passenger is a fugitive from the US government on treason charges, a surcharge of £2m will be applied – and more if they have luggage.’

‘We had exactly this problem with Julian Assange last year,’ he continued. ‘He wouldn’t accept that we didn’t fly to Ecuador, so we sold him a ticket to their embassy in London and told him to wait for a connecting bus service.’

Zie ‘Edward Snowden trapped at Moscow airport in dispute over Ryanair surcharge‘.

28-06-2013 11.29 | Door: Stagiaire | Categorie: Aardrijkskunde, Losse skakels

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  1. Ruud Harmsen says:

    How much is 2m? Two thousand or two million?


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