Ryanair (FR) said it will cut 42 frequencies from its network to/from Riga airport (RIX), citing the new €6.50 ($8.75) security tax imposed by the Latvian government that becomes effective Jan. 1. Beginning Jan. 12, FR will close routes to/from Bristol and Bremen and reduce frequencies on another eight routes, including London Stansted, Bergamo and Rome Ciampino. It serves 16 destinations to/from RIX. The LCC predicts the capacity reduction will result in the loss of more than ...

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