Oaxaca de Juárez, 25 November. British Prime Minister Margot James of the digital and creative sectors of England has made a regrettable announcement: airlines are charging more families when traveling on one flight.
Apparently, airlines would benefit from the fact that the issue is not regulated when it comes to identifying when a family travels and introduces additional costs when they choose their place. If they do not pay, they are located in distant places.
The minister described the algorithm as a code to "deceive the audience". This was mentioned in the Independent UK Report:
Some airlines have created an algorithm for passengers with the same surname who travel together. They have had the brunt of sharing the passengers and when the family wants to travel together they will be charged more.
Passengers began to notice that they resigned from their relatives if they would no longer pay for places from June 2017, even though the conflict became important this year. Ryanair is one of the cornerstones between authorities, even though they refuse.
When investigating 4 296 people, he found that separation was more frequent with Ryanair: 35% of the respondents were separated and decided not to pay extra money.
According to the same media, this issue is being addressed in the database launched by the Ethics and Innovation Center this week to identify and address areas where clear guidelines and regulations on using customer data are needed. .
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