Ryanair to resume London link to Brittany

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BREST, Dec 9 (AFP) - Low-cost airline Ryanair is to restart flights between London and Brittany, a popular holiday destination in northwestern France, after abandoning a link between the British capital and the area in 2004, a source in a chamber of commerce in Brittany told AFP on Friday.

BREST, Dec 9 (AFP) - Low-cost airline Ryanair is to restart flights between London and Brittany, a popular holiday destination in northwestern France, after abandoning a link between the British capital and the area in 2004, a source in a chamber of commerce in Brittany told AFP on Friday.

Ryanair is to begin flights again from February 2006 linking the town of Brest and London Luton airport, the source in the Brest chamber of commerce said.

Ryanair ceased flying between Brest and London in April 2004 after passenger numbers failed to reach expectations.

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Subject: French news

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