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Ryanair axes Dublin-Kerry and Dublin-Cork flights

Published 23/08/2011 | 11:01

No frills airline Ryanair is axing services from Kerry and Cork to Dublin.

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The Dublin to Kerry route will cease on September 7, but the carrier said it will provide flights on September 17, 18 and 19 to cater for the All-Ireland football final.



The service between the capital and Cork will stop on October 30.



The carrier blamed a fall in passenger numbers on the Cork route because of the motorway improvements between the two cities, along with state-imposed charges on the Kerry route.



It again hit out at charges imposed by the Dublin Airport Authority at both Dublin and Cork.



Spokesman Stephen McNamara said: "Ryanair regrets having to close our Dublin-Cork and Dublin-Kerry routes."



Ryanair said passengers who have booked to travel on the routes after their closure will be refunded.

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