The Spanish 2012 budget was passed into law on Saturday 30 June, as a result all airlines are obliged, with effect from 1 July onwards to collect increased Spanish airport departure taxes from all passengers booked on flights after that date.
In accordance with Ryanair's General Terms and Conditions of Travel (Article 4.2.2) we hereby advise passengers that we will debit passengers for the increased airport departure tax imposed by the Spanish government for all flights departing from Spain which were booked before the 1st July 2012 for travel from the 1st July onwards. These monies will be debited automatically from the payment card used at the time of booking.
If you are not willing to accept this additional charge you may cancel your flights and apply for a full refund of your unused airfare, however you must do so by Sunday 15th of July, otherwise your payment card will be charged.
You may apply for a refund of your Spanish flight by clicking on the below link:
Please see below confirmation of the charges, per person, departing from Spain.
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