Ryanairsaid it plans to reduce winter capacity from UK airports by 16% and by 17% at its London Stansted base, citing the negative traffic impact of the UK's £11 air passenger duty. The LCC said it will base 22 aircraft at Stansted from November, down from 24 a year ago, with 135 fewer weekly frequencies in what it said was a 17% cut in capacity. It will cut winter flying at most of its other UK bases except Edinburgh and Leeds Bradford. Aircraft freed up by the reductions will ...

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