Irish Transport, Tourism & Sport Minister Leo Varadkar has opened discussions with airlines over abolishing the €3 travel tax, as part of a deal for airlines to re-open airline routes and bring tourists back into the country. Varadkar outlined the plans as part of a drive to make it easier for tourists from rapidly growing economies to visit Ireland. Varadkar stated: “I believe we are moving into more favourable conditions. Numbers coming through our ports and airports are stabilising and starting to grow again, as is occupancy in our hotels… in some areas in much of Europe and North America

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