NEWS Ryanair refused to give £2,000 refund to 27 tourists who cancelled their flights to Brussels

Ryanair has refused to give a refund to 27 British holidaymakers who cancelled their flights to Brussels while the Belgian city was under a terror lockdown. Maria Doolan, from Liverpool, had booked a weekend break to celebrate her 60th birthday with friends and family, but decided not to travel after the Belgian government raised the terror threat and asked residents to stay indoors and avoid crowded places. But when they tried to cancel their flights and seek a refund for more than £2,000 in airfare, the group were left out of pocket due to the budget airline’s strict no refund policy.