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Article from BTNews 30 MARCH 2020

Ryanair’s schedule

Whilst it is considered as an Irish airline Ryanair UK is a full member of Airlines UK.


As most EU countries have imposed flight bans or other restrictions, over 90% of its aircraft will be grounded for the coming weeks.  The airline says it is working with EU Governments to try to keep some minimum flight links open for emergency reasons, even though the passenger loads on flights will be very low.

For the next few days Ryanair will operate daily or weekly flights on the following routes

To/From Ireland


To/From the UK

Dublin - London (STN)


London (STN)  - Dublin

Dublin - London (GAT)


London (GAT)  - Dublin

Dublin - Birmingham


Birmingham      - Dublin

Dublin - Bristol


Edinburgh         - Dublin

Dublin - Edinburgh

 

Bristol               - Dublin

Dublin - Glasgow


Glasgow           - Dublin

Dublin - Manchester


Manchester      - Dublin

Dublin - Amsterdam


London (STN)  - Eindhoven

Dublin - Brussels


London (STN)  - Lisbon

Dublin - Berlin


London (STN)  - Cork

Dublin - Lisbon


London (STN)  - Berlin

Dublin - Cologne


London (STN)  - Budapest

Cork    - London (STN)



In a statement it says that all operating aircraft are disinfected daily, and with low loads social distancing will be optimised onboard.  Ryanair asks that all passengers cooperate fully with aircrew, who are doing their best in difficult times to maintain vital links across Europe for passengers requiring urgent travel over the coming days and weeks.

www.ryanair.com

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