Ryanair Threatens Big Frankfurt Cuts

By Max Kingsley-Jones kingsley.jones@aviationweek.com

Ryanair is urging the German Government to drop plans for an €8 ($11) tourist tax as it threatens to slash operations at Frankfurt Hahn airport by a third next year in response.

The airline says the cutbacks will see its summer 2011 schedule at the airport have 30% fewer weekly flights (from over 532 to 382) and the number of Hahn-based aircraft reduced from 11 to 8. This will result in passenger ...

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