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Title: Ryanair could lose its licence to fly in Spain for three years
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The Irish low-cost airline has been repeatedly mentioned in the Spanish media since July 26 when three of the planes were diverted from Madr...

The Irish low-cost airline has been repeatedly mentioned in the Spanish media since July 26 when three of the planes were diverted from Madrid to Valencia because of storms over the capital. Because of an alleged lack of fuel it’s reported that the three pilots issued ‘Mayday’ calls, but all managed to land safely on Runway 12 at Manises Airport in Valencia. The company said that it had activated the alert when there was enough fuel left for 30 minutes. The three planes had to wait in a queue before landing. Ryanair claims that the three planes were flying in the stack over Valencia for 50, 68 and 69 minutes. Now the State Agency for Security, which depends on the Ministry for Development, announced yesterday (Tuesday), that they started an investigation as to why Ryanair had to make three emergency landings in one day. The investigation was opened on August 9 after they received a denuncia from AENA, the Spanish Airport Authority. Ryanair says that it operates with fuel levels demanded by the European Authorities and that its fuel levels had never fallen below the permitted level.

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