Ryanair cannot restrict access to its website
The Court of Milan, with decision No. 7825/2013 of 4 June 2013, considered as an abuse of dominant position Ryanair’s refusal to grant access to its database and booking procedures to an online travel agency (OTA).
This ruling is part of a broader European legal dispute between OTAs and Ryanair, whose website’s general conditions restricted any access for commercial purposes…
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