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Ryanair To Reduce The Number Of Routes It Operates Out Of Belfast International Airport To Just Two

By Dave Simpson

Ryanair will reduce the number of routes that it operates out of Belfast International Airport to just two for the upcoming winter season.

As reported by Flyinginireland.com, Ryanair operated 13 routes out of Belfast International Airport during the winter season of two years ago and six last winter, and had been operating 11 routes out of the airport since it resumed services from the airport following the outbreak of COVID-19.

The two routes that Ryanair will operate out of Belfast International Airport this winter will be to London Stansted and Krakow.

Ryanair Capacity Reduction And EasyJet Route Cuts

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The news follows Ryanair's announcement that it has reduced its capacity for the November to March period from 60% to 40% of the capacity for the same period a year earlier, and the news that EasyJet has cut seven routes from its schedule for Belfast International Airport and delayed the return of a further 10.

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