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Budget airline scraps flights to Liverpool after a year

20 July 2007

The low-cost airline Ryanair is to ditch its flights from Inverness and Aberdeen to Liverpool after only a year because of poor passenger numbers.

The company yesterday announced plans for 11 new routes across Europe from October. But 11 other links, including Inverness-Liverpool and Aberdeen-Liverpool are being axed from 2 November to accommodate them.

source: scotsman.com

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  1. rob dice:

    more like the subsidy has run out, ive used this flight and it is always busy. other people i knowfeel the same. We dont really expect a fare of a penny but would appreciate a service where people were put ahead of profit.