A Ryanair attempt to make fun of British Airways on Twitter after a flight mistakenly went to Edinburgh instead of Düsseldorf, has returned.
Ryanair's official Twitter account said it had a "gift" for BA – a copy of Geography for Dummies.
However, Twitter users made a number of suggestions for books that Ryanair could read, including "Customer Service for Dummies".
In January, Ryanair was again called Britain's least-resembled short-haul airline
On Monday, a British Airways flight to go to Germany ended in Scotland after the wrong flight plan was used.
Ryanair conjured up BA in a tweet that afternoon with the proposed reading material.
But Twitter users quickly came back with book suggestions that facilitate the low cost airline, including "Employment Law for Dummies".
In 2018, Ryanair was forced to cancel hundreds of flights after attacks by pilots and staff complaining about con
The penalties led to disturbances for tens of thousands of passengers.
In December 2018, the Civil Aviation Authority initiated proceedings against Ryanair after refusing to pay compensation to passengers over the canceled and delayed flights.
Another commentator, Richard Spaven, referred to a story that first appeared independently on January 6 on a Ryanair aircraft bound to Thessaloniki in Greece.
The flight was diverted more than 500 miles away to Timisoara in northwest Romania. The passengers were then offered transport on an "old bus" to end the journey, which many refused, reported the independent.
Finally, the Greek government sent a plane to fly the remaining passengers in.
Many Twitter users encountered fun at Ryanair over their practice of flying to airports, which is a road from the specified destination, for example. flying to Beauvais, which is more than 50 miles north of Paris, instead of a closer airport to the French capital.
Twitter uses Wayne Kavanagh asked Ryanair how much it was to charge BA for the book "because you don't give it away for free", a reference to Ryanair's habit of charging customers extra, for example, printing the boarding pass.
In January, Ryanair was named Britain's least-resembled short-haul airline in the sixth year following a consumer group survey, Which.
Passengers were not impressed by industrial actions, boarding processes, seating comfort, food and beverage and cabin environment, the Consumer Group said.
At that time, Ryanair said passenger numbers had grown 80% in the previous six years, reflecting what people want "much more than a representative survey of only 8,000 people."
British Airways refused to comment on this story.
Ryanair would not comment.