PASSENGERS were looking forward to getting something back after annoying flight cancellations. But that didn’t go to plan either.
BUDGET airline Ryanair has been forced to apologise after sending out cheques for compensation to customers that bounced.
Many of the passengers were charged extra fees after the cheques were rejected by banks and they have since been unable to get through to Ryanair on the phone, The Sun reports.
The cheques hadn’t been signed so couldn’t be paid into accounts.The BBC reports that one passenger called Karen Joyce was left €20 ($A32) out of pocket after she was charged by her bank.