Over 100 Ryanair Passengers Left Stranded In Poland After Fog


Over 100 Ryanair passengers were left stranded in Poland on Friday when their flight from Krakow to Dublin was moved to a different airport and then left without them.

Ryanair says heavy fog in Krakow meant buses were organised to transfer passengers to Katowice airport – but passengers say the coaches never arrived.

According to reports, some are still stranded, while others say they had to spend hundreds of euro to get home.

Student Laura Murphy told reporters it took her 35 hours to arrive back at Dublin Airport with a lay over at Birmingham airport.