Wednesday, April 9, 2008
The Advertising Standards Authority has upheld a ninth instance of false advertising against the low budget airline Ryanair, this time in conjunction with the company's offers of flights for ten pounds over a four day period last fall. The ASA has now referred the matter to the Office of Fair Trading for further investigation. Ryanair itself has also complained to the OFT over bias which it perceives in ASA's attitude toward it. Read more here in an article in the Guardian. Read the ASA's ruling in the Ryanair matter here.