Ryanair to Withdraw Aircraft from Brussels Airport

DALLAS – In response to a dispute over increased fees and a new flight tax, Ryanair (FR) has threatened to remove its aircraft from a Brussels airport (BRU).

On Wednesday, chief executive Michael O’Leary made the announcement during a news conference in the Belgian capital.

The CEO said that FR will take its two planes away from BRU in Zaventem from the end of this month until at least March 2023 due to a planned increase in fees there as well as the implementation of a flight tax.

According to Mr. O’Leary, Zaventem charges four to five times as much as Brussels South read more ⇒

Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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