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Airtaxback Ltd (trading as Airtaxrefund.com) today (30th January 2013) revealed that airlines across Europe retained over €3.4 billion in uncollected taxes, fees and charges (TFC’s) in 2012.
Remember travellers, if you miss your flight because of the bad weather, you may not get your ticket price back, but you will get some or all of your taxes, fees and charges back from most airlines, but not Ryanair.
Airtaxrefund.com , the consumer website designed to help air passengers recover unused Taxes, Fees and Charges, is starting the New Year on a positive note with a burst of advertising on Today FM and a promotion to encourage registered users to tell three friends about them.
We know Ryanair has a brass neck, but you'll have to go a long way to find a better example of the "Pot calling the kettle black" than Ryanair's €9 million legal challenge against Exxon Mobil for systematic overcharging over six years.
According to research carried out by Airtaxrefund.com, Ryanair and Aer Lingus between them retained over €307 million in assorted TFC’s collected from customers that didn’t travel.
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