Ryanair yesterday said it now expects to carry 66 million passengers this year rather than 67 million owing to its cuts at London Stansted (ATWOnline, July 22) and Dublin (ATWOnline, June 18). At yesterday's annual general meeting in Dublin, CEO Michael O'Leary maintained the full-year guidance of an adjusted net profit at the lower end of the €200-€300 million ($295.8-$443.7 million) range (ATWOnline, July 28) and said average fares in 2009 will wind up about 20% lower than ...

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