Ryanair will cut its flight schedule at Budapest Airport by 40% following its latest spat with the airport’s operator over the cost of services. The Irish low-cost carrier will cut 10 routes and reduce the number of flights to and from the Hungarian capital from 280 to 170 a week because of what it says are increased charges and inefficiencies at the airport. Ryanair has a history of cutting services or pulling out of airports completely if it deems costs levied by the airport ...

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