Ryanair closes Glasgow International base, blames passenger taxes

Credit: Joe Pries Aviation
Ireland-based LCC Ryanair will close its base at Glasgow International Airport in Scotland because of the UK’s high passenger taxes, and will transfer routes to Edinburgh, some 45 miles to the east.“Ryanair regrets these cuts in the weaker Glasgow market where efforts to stimulate low fare demand...

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