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Ryanair announces service cancellation

15 August 2007

VITORIA – Low-cost airline Ryanair announced on Tuesday that it would end its flights from the northern Spanish city of Vitoria to London and Dublin in October because they were not financially feasible.

Ryanair Spain director Caitryona Weggan said the decision to end the flights was taken as part of the carrier’s plans to reorganise its European routes and end those services which were not making enough money.

The flights began earlier this year.

The last Vitoria-Dublin flight will be on 24 October and the last Vitoria-London flight will be on 25 October.

According to Weggan, the flights from Vitoria never attracted enough passengers and income from the routes was way below the average for the airline.

(Copyright EFE with Expatica)

                              Subject: Spanish News