Shannon Airport said in late August that it will increase its "passenger charge" by €1.58 ($2.03) to €6.32 per passenger, the first pricing increase since 2004. All other aircraft-related charges including landing charges are "being frozen at current levels," the airport said in a statement. Ryanair, which bases one aircraft at the airport, threatened to "shortly announce further flight and traffic cuts" if the charges are not reversed. "This ...

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