The carrier will also axe 1,000 jobs at Frankfurt Hahn airport.
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EDFH stands for Frankfurt Hahn (airport code; Germany)
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AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Irish budget airline Ryanair (LYSE:RYA) yesterday announced that it will cut services by 30% at its Frankfurt Hahn base from Summer 2011.
M2 BEST BOOKS-(C)2000-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Irish budget airline Ryanair (LYSE:RYA) yesterday announced that it will cut services by 30% at its Frankfurt Hahn base from Summer 2011.
The winner, plus partner, will fly from Glasgow Prestwick to Frankfurt Hahn on February 13 and stay in the Novotel in Mainz, flying back on February 15.
Dublin-based Ryanair, which already flies to 15 routes out of Liverpool, plans to spend pounds 574m on new planes at Frankfurt Hahn Airport to create its second-largest base.
Ryanair wants to carry eight million passengers a year at Frankfurt Hahn airport by 2012, which would make the regional site larger than its home base at Dublin and second only to London Stansted.
The Irish carrier made the move as part of an ongoing war of words with Germany's Lufthansa airline over Ryanair's establishment of a base at the Frankfurt Hahn airport.