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False Claims Made in Magyar Nemzet

False Claims Made in Magyar Nemzet

These claims in Magyar Nemzet are false and clearly invented. Less than 3% of Ryanair passengers due to travel after 1 July have taken up the option to cancel their flight and receive a full refund.

These seats will now be reoffered for sale to Hungarian families.


The balance of over 97% have chosen to pay Minister Nagy’s bogus and idiotic “excess profits tax” on loss making airlines which will make air travel to/from Hungary more expensive for thousands of Hungarian families who depend on low fare air travel to visit friends and families who are working all over Europe.


Minister Nagy should now apologise to Hungarian families who will pay higher fares because of his idiotic tax grab.

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