Ryanair won't cancel Italian domestic flights after all

Ryanair won't suspend their Italian domestic operations after the Italian Aviation authority (ENAC), has agreed a new framework for passenger IDs. Ryanair's concerns about the ID requirements were accepted as valid, and in the future, Ryanair travelers in Italy will need to show either a passport or valid European National Identity Card to travel. Previously, the requirements from ENAC meant that such documents as a employment ID would have been acceptable.

This means normal flight schedules will continue as today.


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The carrier has now thanked ENAC for its cooperation and feels the decision will enhance "the safety and security of domestic flights within Italy."

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Last updated by Jack on 31 March, 2010 in Travel News.

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