The Italian Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC) has threatened to suspend Ryanair's permission to fly to the country, citing the company's failure to comply with quarantine safety rules. The airline, in its turn, denies these allegations. This was reported by Euronews.
According to the statement from the ENAC, "Ryanair systematically does not follow the rules that help mitigate the risk of Covid-19 transmission when flying from Italian airports."
The agency warned that it might require Ryanair to operate flights with only half capacity or even completely ban flights to Italy.
Ryanair has denied the ENAC’s allegations, saying they were "actually wrong."
"Ryanair fully complies with the measures set by the Italian government, and our customers can be confident that we are doing everything we can to reduce the interaction both on our planes and at airports in order to protect the health of our passengers when flying with Ryanair," reads the message.
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