Tourism tax blamed for Ryanair route closures

Ryanair has announced further cuts to its winter schedule and job losses at Dublin, blaming the Government’s €10 tourism tax for a decline in business.

One of their planes will be grounded at both Dublin and Shannon for the winter.
“The Irish Government’s €10 tourist tax is ’tourism suicide’ which is devastating visitor numbers and jobs,” according to CEO Michael O’Leary.
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