The Irish airline has long complained about eDreams, which it claims masquerades as Ryanair to sell its seats at inflated prices and causes problems with customers’ bookings. But it has turned its attention to Google as internet searches for Ryanair promote the eDreams website and an eDreams subsidiary, Opodo – as well as Google’s own flight search adverts – above Ryanair’s site. Ryanair says it has received thousands of complaints from consumers and accused Google of misleading customers and breaching its own code of conduct. The airline’s chief executive, Michael O’Leary, said on Tuesday that he forwarded the emails to the inbox of his Google counterpart, Eric Schmidt, and the Irish high court proceedings were an attempt to force action after Ryanair’s complaints were ignored. Get the full story at The Guadrian