Advertising Standards Authority News

Ryanair warned again by the Advertising Standards Authority

Ryanair warned again by the Advertising Standards Authority

15th Feb 2012 Airline News

Two advertisements for Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair have been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority. A total of 17 complaints were received by the government body after the airline issued two adverts of women posing in their underwear under the slogan ‘Red Hot Fares & Crew! One way from £9.99’.

New cheap flight routes for Flybe, Ryanair

New cheap flight routes for Flybe, Ryanair

27th Jul 2011 Airline News

Low-cost carriers Ryanair and Flybe have introduced new cheap flight routes in the United Kingdom. Flybe announced earlier it would offer two new year-round routes from Manchester, to Newquay Cornwall Airport and to Ireland West Airport Knock, while Ryanair added a new departure to Leipzig.

ASA bans Israeli tourism advert

ASA bans Israeli tourism advert

The Advertising Standards Authority has banned a press advertisement from the Israel Ministry of Tourism, following complaints from the public. The government body argued images included in the ad – depicting the Western Wall of the Temple Mount – included territory belonging to the West Bank, which could therefore be misleading to consumers.