RYANAIR SAYS GOODBYE TO BELFAST

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By admin November 1, 2010 14:44

RYANAIR SAYS GOODBYE TO BELFAST

Irish low cost carrier Ryanair flew out of Belfast City for the last time on Sunday after a public inquiry into a proposed runway was further delayed. All services from the destination, including London Stansted and four other UK destinations have been cancelled.

Ryanair CEO, Michael O’Leary, claimed that the company’s withdrawal could cost the tourism industry in the city this year one million lost passengers and up to 1000 jobs. He also said that Ryanair will be back if the runway is lengthened. But by then, if it were the case, it might be too late for Ryanair as Flybe are now running aircraft from Belfast City to Bristol, East Midlands and Liverpool.

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