Ryanair to cut Stansted airport traffic by 9%
Ryanair, which had planned to grow its Stansted traffic by five per cent, will now cut frequencies on 43 routes and reduce its weekly operations by over 170 flights.
Air carrier Ryanair has said will reduce its traffic at London's Stansted airport by nine per cent over the next year because of an increase in charges for its use.
Ryanair, which had planned to grow its Stansted traffic by five per cent from April 2013, will now cut frequencies on 43 routes and reduce its weekly operations by over 170 flights.
This will result in the loss of 1.1m passengers (-9%) and over 1,100 jobs at Stansted,...
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