Ryanair will cut its winter schedule at Dublin, reducing based aircraft to 18 from 22 and the number of weekly flights to 1,190 from 1,352. It estimated a passenger decline of around 500,000 from winter 2007-08. It said DUB is the second most expensive of its base airports and that a written request to the airport to have fees reduced was "dismissed by the DAA monopoly." It said the airport charges up to €15 ($23.84) per departing passenger. DUB suffered from radar problems last week, ...

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