Ryanair is reducing its Cork-Liverpool service from seven flights per week to four following recent cost increases at Cork Airport, which according to the LCC will raise its costs there by more than €30,000 ($35,849) per year. Among the fee increases is a 300% hike in rental rates for check-in and ticket desks, Ryanair said. It will start a new thrice-weekly Kerry-Liverpool service "as a much cheaper alternative to Cork."

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