I was briefly considering cancelling a flight booked with Ryanair today. By a recent EU court ruling airlines must disclose taxes and fees in their ticket price and refund these without charging additional fees.
My booking was made directly with Ryanair 10 days after the court ruling and does not list the taxes and fees component in the price neither in the confirmation email nor can I find it anywhere when I look up my booking on their website.
I also tried to make a new booking and could not find taxes & fees listed anywhere until I arrived at the payment step.
Regarding refund fees, Ryanair's current refund policy seems to be in violation of the court ruling (both in having the fee and the limitation to government tax):
If you do not travel on your booked flight the air fare, fees and charges are non-refundable but you may apply in writing within one month of the date of travel for a refund of the Government Tax paid. Government tax refunds are subject to an administration fee. click here for fee details. If the refund amount is less than the applicable administration fee, no refund will be made.
Is the ruling above already in place? Is there some sort of transition period? If yes to the first, where can I see the taxes & fees component with my Ryanair flights?