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July 22, 2012

Ryanair Cancels 36 Routes to/from Spain from Nov 2012

by JL

Update at 0500GMT 22JUL12

Ryanair has announced major program cutbacks across Spain. 15 routes to/from Barcelona El Prat and Madrid will be cancelled, as a result of Spanish Government doubles airport departure tax, while 21 routes to/from the Canaries will be cancelled due to “Regional Government of the Canary Islands reneged on its low-cost traffic growth incentive scheme agreement” with the airline.

Planned Cancelled Routes:

Barcelona – East Midlands
Barcelona – Hamburg
Barcelona – Leeds/Bradford
Barcelona – Trieste
Fuerteventura – Cork
Fuerteventura – Edinburgh
Fuerteventura – Frankfurt Hahn
Fuerteventura – London Luton
Lanzarote – Eindhoven
Lanzarote – Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden
Lanzarote – Santander
Lanzarote – Valencia
Lanzarote – Valladolid
Lanzarote – Zaragoza
Las Palmas – Bratislava
Las Palmas – Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden
Las Palmas – Liverpool
Las Palmas – Pisa
Las Palmas – Santander
Las Palmas – Shannon
Las Palmas – Zaragoza
Madrid – Almeria
Madrid – Ancona
Madrid – Bari
Madrid – Cagliari
Madrid – Dusseldorf
Madrid – Eidnhoven
Madrid – Frankfurt
Madrid – Girona
Madrid – Manchester
Madrid – Poznan
Madrid – Verona
Tenerife – Doncaster
Tenerife – Knock
Tenerife – Porto
Tenerife – Zaragoza

For flights to/from Canaries, the low-cost carrier will cancel 21 routes – 7 from Las Palmas, 6 from Lanzarote, 4 each from Tenerife and Fuerteventura. 32 other routes will also see service reductions, losing total of 142 weekly flights. Flights to/from Madrid and Barcelona will see total of 15 routes cancelled, service reductions on 46 routes, losing total of 492 weekly flights.

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