Ryanair has reversed a decision to cut back operations in Italy and has announced a new route network for 2017. The airline said that it welcomed the initiatives taken by the Government of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi to reverse the €2.50 municipal tax increase from 1 Sept 2016, and Minister Graziano Delrio’s revised airport guidelines, which will enable Italy’s regional airports to compete on a level playing field with airports in Rome and Milan as long as they comply with the EU’s MEIP rules. These initiatives have now allowed Pescara airport to reach a new growth agreement with Ryanair, which
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