Aer Arann announced it will launch twice-daily Dublin-Cardiff service May 1, the same day Ryanair will cancel the route because Cardiff International Airport reportedly is increasing its passenger charges by 350% (ATWOnline, April 26). Aer Arann previously announced it will begin serving Cork and Lorient from Cardiff this summer. It also will launch a daily Dublin-Knock service from May 28 aboard a 50-seat ATR 42.
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