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Ryanair is anticipating to fly more travelers this autumn than within the summer

Ryanair is anticipating to fly more travelers this autumn than within the summer, raising its target for the following three months after a “dramatic recuperation in activity and volumes” that seem take it past pre-pandemic numbers following year.

The short-haul carrier, Europe’s biggest carrier, said on Tuesday that it would fly almost 10.5 million travelers a month through to November, almost 5% more than its target declared a month prior.

The chief official, Michael O’Leary, said he anticipated traveler numbers would surpass pre-pandemic levels following summer, with the aircraft bringing its flight capacity nearly back to ordinary for October.

O’Leary declared an extra 14 flights from London for the winter, seven from Stansted, six from Luton and a Malaga flight from Gatwick, saying Ryanair would make more than 500 unused employments for pilots, cabin team and engineers at its London airplane terminals.

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