Ryanair announces return to Northern Ireland – Business

Ryanair announces return to Northern Ireland - Business

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair announced on Thursday that it will return to Northern Ireland in the summer of 2023. The low-cost carrier will operate from Belfast International Airport to 12 destinations or 115 flights per week.

Ryanair announced last year that it would stop flying From Belfast International Airport and Belfast City Airport From autumn 2021. The company intended to condemn “the British government’s refusal to suspend or reduce passenger tax and the lack of incentives in the context of the post-pandemic recovery”.

Cost concerns remain – “The UK Government must immediately scrap air tax on all flights or the UK will lose flights to Europe”, the carrier continues. But when it became the capital of Northern Ireland, A long-term agreement has been reached with Belfast International Airport Management This will support Ryanair’s future growth at the airport.

Ryanair announced last year that it would stop flying from Belfast International Airport and Belfast City Airport from autumn 2021. The company intended to “condemn the British government’s refusal to suspend or reduce passenger tax, as well as the lack of incentives. Post-pandemic recovery”. Cost concerns remain – “The UK Government must immediately scrap air tax on all flights or the UK will lose flights to Europe”, the carrier continues. But for Northern Ireland’s capital, “a long-term agreement has been reached with Belfast International Airport Management which will support Ryanair’s future growth at the airport”.

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