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Ryanair boss spells out plans to develop as 'Amazon of travel'
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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