Ryanair details Irish growth plans as travel tax cut to zero
Budget airline Ryanair announced plans to grow its traffic at Irish airports by more than one million from April 2014.
Low cost airline Ryanair has welcomed the government's move to scrap the €3 travel tax and announced plans to grow its traffic at Irish airports by more than one million passengers from April 2014.
In a statement the airline said it had invited all the main airports to meetings in Dublin on Thursday and Friday to finalise growth plans and discuss how the gains can be split between the airports.
It said that since the travel...
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