Oaxaca de Juárez, November 25. Margot James, Minister of State for Industrial and Industrial Industries in England, has made an unfortunate announcement: airlines would charge more for families for traveling together on trips.
Incredibly as it might seem, airlines would take advantage of the fact that the issue is not regulated to identify when a family travels and to apply for an additional cost when choosing their seats. If they do not pay, they have located in remote seats.
The minister described the algorithm as a code for "deceiving" the general public ". This was mentioned in the UK Independent report:
Some airlines have established an algorithm to identify passengers with the last name that travels with each other. They have had the temerity to share the passengers, and when the family wants to travel with each other they will be charged more.
The travelers began to separate themselves from their relatives if they did not pay more for the seats since June 2017, although the conflicts apply this year. The Ryanair airline is one of those between the back of the authorities, although they deny that.
In a survey of 4,296 people, it found that the separation was more frequent when flying with Ryanair: 35 per cent of respondents had separated and chose not to pay the extra money.
According to the same media, the Center for Ethics and Innovation, launched by the government this week, will look at the issue to identify and address areas where clearer guidelines and regulations are needed how customer data is used. .