Ryanair 737-800. Courtesy, Boeing Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair (FR) has scrapped a further batch of flights from Edinburgh airport (EDI) in Scotland, in an ongoing dispute over costs with airport owner BAA. The airline cut five routes from its summer schedule in February as part of the same dispute and warned today that yet more could be at risk if no resolution was reached. The cuts announced Thursday are routes from EDI to Bratislava (Slovakia), Bremen and Frankfurt (Germany), ...

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