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1st September, 2016
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Ryanair has launched its Irish schedule for summer 2017, saying there will be increased flights and frequencies at Shannon and Cork airports but a small reduction at Dublin. The airline blamed this on the ending of growth incentives by the DAA.

Ryanair says it will now switch 3 per cent of seats away from Dublin to airports elsewhere in Europe. Speaking at the launch, chief executive Michael O'Leary criticised the DAA, saying it was looking to...

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