Ryanair Blames Air Passenger Duty For Northern Ireland Withdrawal
Ryanair is ending operations at both of Belfast’s airports, blaming the UK government’s “refusal to suspend or reduce” air passenger duty (APD). The Irish carrier also cited a “lack of COVID recovery incentives” at each airport for the withdrawal. Flights from Belfast City Airport (BHD) will end in...
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