Ryanair has blamed an absence of assist from the UK authorities and Belfast’s two airports because it confirmed it was pulling out of Northern Eire.
The Dublin-based service’s routes from Belfast Worldwide Airport to quite a few European locations will stop on 30 October.
It can additionally cease quite a few seasonal flights from the separate Belfast Metropolis Airport.
Ryanair had already stopped flying from the Metropolis of Derry airport earlier this yr.
In a press release, it blamed the federal government’s “refusal to droop or scale back APD (air passenger responsibility) and the shortage of COVID restoration incentives from each Belfast airports”.
Ryanair mentioned plane “will probably be reallocated to decrease price airports elsewhere within the UK and Europe for the winter schedule which begins in November”.
A spokesperson for Belfast Worldwide Airport: “It’s disappointing that Ryanair has now determined to withdraw operations from the whole Northern Eire market on the finish of October, having variously had a presence in all three native airports in recent times.
“It has been a tough interval for aviation and a time when shoppers want some stability and religion within the Northern Eire air transport community.”
The spokesperson mentioned the transfer had been anticipated and that it had been “partaking with our current and different new airways to offer continuity on the routes to be vacated by Ryanair” and to assist maintain native jobs.
“We hope to have the ability to make bulletins relating to contemporary route improvement within the close to future,” the spokesperson mentioned.