Ryanair is cutting its winter flights between Kerry Airport and Stansted from 14 per week to 4. The airline says it’s because the London airport is one of its most expensive to operate from and is also blaming the impact of the Government travel tax. Ryanair says it will be increasing its Kerry – Luton service from 4 flights to seven per week. That means when this winter is compared to 2008 the overall number of Kerry to London flights drops from 14 to 11. Head of Communications with Ryanair, Stephen McNamara, says they are not using the travel tax as an excuse to cut back on routes.