Ryanair 737-800. Courtesy, Boeing Ryanair (FR) has cuts its Spanish services from Madrid (MAD) and Barcelona El Prat (BCN) to protest tax increases, which were applied July 1. From the start of the winter season in November, FR will cancel 11 routes from MAD and four from BCN. It will also cut back its frequencies on a total of 46 routes from the two airports. “Ryanair objects to the Spanish government’s decision to double airport taxes at both MAD and BCN ...

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