In a dramatic about-face, Ryanair will establish a “base” at Brussels-Zaventem airport in February. This is a sharp departure from the low-cost carrier's usual strategy to only serve secondary airports, sometimes reinventing the point's name, for example “Brussels Charleroi” or “Paris Beauvais,” which are actually quite distant from the listed destination. This is misleading, of course, but travelers are now used to this way of conducting ...


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