Ryanair sticks with Germany's Weeze

2nd May 2009, Comments 0 comments

Ryanair is to continue to fly from the German airfield at Weeze, situated close to the border with the Dutch province of Limburg.

WEEZE - Ryanair is to continue to fly from the German airfield at Weeze, situated close to the border with the Dutch province of Limburg.

The low-cost Irish airline threatened to stop all flights to Weeze when a judge, following complaints from a local resident, ruled that all flights from the airfield should stop at 22:00.

However, the regional council in Düsseldorf later relaxed the ruling. Planes may now take off until 23:00 and land until 23:30.

Ryanair is one of airfield's most important clients. Approximately half of all passengers who travel from Weeze come from the Netherlands.

Radio Netherlands / Expatica

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