Ryanair is making good on its warning and reducing capacity at Newquay Airport following the decision by the Cornwall County Council to introduce a £5 ($8.61) surcharge on passengers and visitors to the region. As of today, the LCC will withdraw 12 flights per week. "It is regrettable that by taxing tourists Cornwall will lose 100,000 Ryanair passengers annually," Deputy CEO Michael Cawley commented.
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