Ryanair will reduce its presence at London Stansted this winter from 42 aircraft to 28, the LCC confirmed, although it remains confident it can meet its target of growing passenger numbers in the year ending March 31, 2009, by 14% to 58 million. For the current financial year it expects the number of sold seats to rise 15%-18% to 65-68 million. "Our plan is to continue to grow going forward while offering low fares," Deputy CEO and CFO Howard Millar said, according to Reuters. "There's still ...

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