Both Norwegian (NAS) and Ryanair warned this week that they plan to charge another 80 or 88 kroner to the credit cards customers had used to buy airline tickets for forward bookings placed before June 1, 2016 to cover the costs of the state’s new airline seat tax that took effect on June 1. This week, the Norwegian consumer watchdog ruled that such as more wasn’t allowed forcing NAS to drop plans, which will mean the airline will take a hit on all May bookings, pushing some forward booking deals close to a loss. Ryanair may yet intend to defy
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