Ryanair said it will cut capacity at its Dublin base this winter to 12 aircraft operating 850 weekly flights, down from 14 aircraft operating 1,000 weekly flights last winter. It said it will switch aircraft to other EU countries "which have reduced airport charges and scrapped government tourist taxes." The LCC asserted that Ireland continues to lose visitors by imposing tourist taxes and raising airport charges, and called on the Dublin Airport Authority to reverse the "up ...

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