Ryanair has ruled out future operations from three major European hubs—despite softening its stance on primary airports to attract more business travelers—and is eyeing the potential of long-haul connections. “The only three [primary airports] that don’t see ourselves operating from are London Heathrow, Paris Charles de Gaulle and Frankfurt. Every other airport in every other market across Europe is a possibility for us,” Ryanair chief marketing officer Kenny ...

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