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Ryanair are cutting flights to Spain by twelve percent it has been revealed, due to objections made by Ryainair to Spain’s government over increasing airport tax and airport charge.

The cut back in flights will mean 4,500 jobs will be lost in Spain. Around two hundred flights per week will be scraped and one third of Madrid flights will be cancelled altogether beginning at the end of March 2013. 

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