Ryanair has been told by Italian authorities that it must transfer its Rome operation to Fiumicino from Ciampino, Transport Minister Alessandro Bianchi told Thomson Financial. Regional authorities reportedly decided to reduce daily operations at CIA to 100 flights from 138 effective with the next winter schedule. Biancho told TF that CIA's annual passenger throughput has risen to 5 million from 800,000 in the past five years and that neighboring airports at Latina, Viterbo and Frosinone are ...

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