Spanish Ministry of Consumer Affairs Investigates Seven Low-Cost Airlines for Allegedly Abusive Cabin Baggage and Seat Allocation Fees.

The Spanish Ministry of Consumer Affairs is investigating seven low-cost airlines for their policies regarding cabin baggage and seat allocation charges, which could potentially be the end of these fees in the airline industry. These airlines are being scrutinized for potentially abusive and unfair practices and for potentially violating consumer protection laws. This investigation is critical as the airlines in question represent over 30% of the aviation market within and outside of Europe, directly impacting millions of passengers. If proven guilty, these airlines may face hefty fines of up to 4% of their total revenue or between 10,000 to 100,000 euros. This investigation could pave the way for better consumer protection and greater transparency in the low-cost airline industry.Vip Airport Parking Alicante