(Boursier.com) – Ryanair Operations from Northern Ireland are already coming to an end. Three months after the resumption of low-cost airline flights from Belfast City, flights to Northern Ireland will be halted from the fall as costs are estimated to be higher at both Belfast airports.
Ryaner blames his decision on the government’s refusal to reduce or suspend the tax on airline tickets and the lack of incentives at both airports. The UK has the highest passenger rights in the world, at 26 26 per person on short-haul flights to most parts of Europe and 150 150 per passenger on long-haul flights – by courier.
A Ryanair spokesman said: “As the UK government refuses to suspend or reduce the air passenger tax, and there is no incentive to reopen the airport following the Covid pandemic at both airports from Belfast this winter, the airport will be closed from Belfast International Airport to Belfast International.
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