Ryanair Slashing Capacity In Germany Because Of New Passenger Tax

Ryanair will make deep cuts to its German network as a result of the new air passenger tax Germany is introducing in January. CEO Michael O’Leary said capacity at Berlin Schoenefeld Airport will be reduced by 56% or 122 weekly services. The number of seats offered at the Bremen base will decline 29%...

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