Ryanair is considering whether it will have to cut flights at Kerry Airport. The airline announced today that it’s cutting the number of Ryanair planes based at Shannon from 6 to 4 and its route network will also be reduced.
Chief Executive Michael O Leary is blaming the Governments 10 euro airport tax for the cuts. Ryanair currently operates five flights out of Kerry, they include Dublin, Grenoble, Frankfurt, Stansted and London. The Dublin flight from Farranfore is the only one not subject to the tax which applies to journeys of 300 kilometres or more.
via RADIO KERRY – NEWS.