Spanair unveiled a four-year Expansion Plan Friday that it said "affirms that the company is the only alternative in Spanish air transport and emphasizes its contribution to the social and economic developments in Catalonia." The carrier said that by 2010 it intends to transport 15 million passengers per year--a 50% increase--grow its market share to 27% from 22% and bring its fleet to 80 aircraft from the current 64. It will focus on Barcelona International, which it intends to use as a ...

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