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I recently had to cancel a flight i had booked and after hearing about an EU ruling, i heard that Ryan air now has to refund me for any tax they charge as obviously if im not taking the flight they don't incur any tax.

 

They wrote me back saying I could have the Tax i paid back "£120", but this incurred an administration charge of "£120".

 

Clearly it doesn't cost them £120 in administration to pay me back tax they haven't paid in the first place.

 

Does anyone know of anyone whose managed to get blood out this particular stone?

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Sounds like a case of unjustified enrichment to me. Unfortunately in order to get Ryanair to agree you may have to get a judge to say so. Apparently

the OFT's position is that it is for a court to decide whether these sort of administration charges are justified.

Lloyds TSB, Total Charges £900, Claim Filed for £1379 - Settled

 

Sainsbury's Bank Credit Card, Total Charges £90 - Settled.

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