Ryanair yesterday presented a "rescue plan for Irish tourism," part of its ongoing campaign to convince the government to scrap the €10 ($12.50) "tourist tax" set to kick in on March 30. The LCC cited the levy when announcing flight cuts at Dublin and Shannon (ATWOnline, Feb. 13) and claimed its plan would grow air traffic and tourism to Ireland by 20% over the next two years. In addition to calling for the tax repeal, it urged eliminating the Dublin Airport Metro plan, which it said ...

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