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Ryanair set for more Newquay cuts
The airline Ryanair says it may make further cuts to its services to and from Cornwall.

The firm has just reported an 18% rise in profits for the first half of 2005, which it says is partly due to not making passengers pay a fuel surcharge.

Ryanair is halving its flights to Newquay because of the 5 "airport development fee" and says that service may reduce further.

Last week rivals Monarch started a new service between Newquay and Europe.




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