Ryanair is expected to ask passengers to pay extra costs on flights already booked out of Spain if the Spanish parliament passes new airport taxes proposed in the budget.

The Irish low-cost airline is the number one carrier between Spain and the United Kingdom and millions of passengers could be involved. British Airways on the other hand has said that it will absorb the surcharges on flights already booked.

Airport taxes on services between Madrid and European Union airports will go from

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