Ryanair cites tax as reason for quitting Rygge

Credit: Boeing
Ireland-based low-cost carrier (LCC) Ryanair is to close its Oslo Rygge base on Oct. 29 and reduce its Norwegian traffic by 50% after the Norwegian government confirmed the introduction of an air passenger tax. As a result, Rygge, some 60 km south of Oslo, will close to all commercial flights from...

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