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Ryanair is working almost strictly point-to-point. With a very few exceptions, they simply don't do connecting tickets, which saves them all the hassle and costs with accomodating people who missed their connection and so on. I can't comment on the profitability of this approach, but the fact that most low-cost carriers work this way is an indication that it ...


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Airlines are private companies and they're free to do, or not do, business with whoever they want, as long as they comply with local discrimination law. If you cause serious disruption to a flight, for example by being violent or obnoxiously drunk or harrassing the crew or your fellow passengers, the airline can decide that it doesn't want to do business ...


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First may I empathize with your position, as it is unfortunate that anybody should be treated in this way. I think if you wish to deal with racism, you must take a different approach in your home country and in countries you visit. For your home country, fight the racism by supporting the causes that you know to be right. Follow your own judgment as fas as ...


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Short Answer - This would depend on the carrier airlines. Bureau of Civil Aviation security mandates no separate ID is required for infants/minors travelling with their parents. The airlines may require an age proof to ensure infant qualifies for infant fare. If you don't provide a proof, you may need to pay full fare to travel. A birth certificate is ...


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Personal experience : I think birth certificate would be sufficient.


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Unfortunately, racial discrimination is an extremely widespread problem. Nonetheless, various channels do exist that are supposed to address issues like the one you describe: Business: Complain to the airline. Legal: This probably won't help in your case, because most legal channels give recourse only when you suffer specific damage. If you are improperly ...


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