Ryanair’s campaign to prevent screen-scrapers on its site has reached a new height with a Frankfurt court ruling screen-scrapers must disclose the fees and charges they charge
There was about as much chance of RyanairPlus being able to carry on unimpeded as the carrier it is trying to wind up also scrapping bag fees and the infamous cabin crew calendar.
Many rejoice when low cost carrier Ryanair lands another bout of bad publicity or, more recently, others think of ways of getting around its refusal to work with third partie
EasyJet is making changes overnight to the way consumers pay for its flights with the introduction of a ¬£9 administration charge.
Ryanair shouldn’t be too alarmed about the determination of some travel companies to find ways round its reCaptcha security feature to continue to access its flights.
A statement from Ryanair on Friday claimed a victory over Spain’s Bravofly and eDreams in the ongoing screen-scraping battle.
Technology experts say Ryanair’s latest initiative to prevent screen-scraping on its site will make things difficult but not impossible