RYANAIR will reduce flights out of Alicante’s El Altet airport by 80 per cent from October, the company said in a statement.
The main reason for this is their recent disagreement regarding the use of airbridges at the terminal. The Irish airline demanded that passengers continue to board and disembark on foot as ‘previously agreed on their contract’
Spanish airport authority, AENA, insists that passengers must board and disembark from planes via airbridges in the summer. This would cost Ryanair €2 million per annum in additional fees .
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