Ryanair reiterated that it will continue to cut flights at "high cost, tourist tax airports" in the UK and Ireland and switch aircraft to EU countries and airports that offer no tourist taxes and lower airport costs. To that end, the LCC said it will operate to 43 new Spanish destinations, a notable contrast with its recently announced steep capacity reductions at Stansted and Dublin (ATWOnline, Aug. 1). "Ryanair's 43 new Spanish routes will deliver 2.4 million passengers and sustain at ...

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