Budget airline Ryanair is in trouble again for misleading customers - this time for falsely implying rival Thomas Cook was likely to go into administration.
The reprimand came in response to a string of adverts headed "Bye bye Thomas Cook" which claimed the tour operator was in "dire straits" and had accumulated debts of nearly £1bn.
The "denigratory" campaign has now been banned for implying it was "risky" to book with the beleaguered travel company.
Adverts appeared in newspapers in November as the ailing holiday firm turned to its banks for financial aid amid fears it was on the brink of collapse. Read More