Ryanair will cut flights at its Frankfurt Hahn base by 30% from next summer 2011 in response to the German government’s planned air passenger tax of €8 ($11.12) for intra-European flights. It will reduce its HHN fleet from 11 to 8 based aircraft, trim the number of routes from 54 to 45, and reduce the number of weekly flights from 532 to 382. The LCC said these actions will lead to the loss of 1,000 jobs in Hahn, including 150 pilots and cabin crew jobs, and that HHN’s ...

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