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Article from BTNews 11 MAY 2020

Ryanair at Stansted

Perhaps it is the action of Wizz at Luton (LTN), but Ryanair has come to life at Stansted, where facemasks, in common with sister airports Manchester and East Midlands, are now mandatory.

The Dublin-based airline will clearly (privately) be monitoring passenger numbers at LTN. (See Wizz Air in this issue)

Bucharest, Sofia and Porto are added to its very limited current flight schedule. These routes will recommence from 15 May, with three times weekly services to Bucharest and Sofia, and a daily service to Porto from 22 May.

As most EU countries have imposed flight bans or other restrictions, over 99% of Ryanair’s aircraft are grounded for the coming weeks. Ryanair will comply with these restrictions at all times.

Ryanair is working with EU governments to try to keep some minimum flight links open for emergency reasons, even though the passenger loads on these flights are very low. This limited schedule will now be extended to 28 May.

Ryanair is operating flights daily or weekly on the following routes:

Ireland
Dublin – Amsterdam
Dublin – Berlin
Dublin – Birmingham      
Dublin – Bristol    
Dublin – Brussels
Dublin – Cologne
Dublin – Edinburgh  
Dublin – Gatwick    
Dublin – Glasgow    
Dublin – Lisbon
Dublin – Manchester

United Kingdom
Stansted – Berlin
Stansted – Bucharest
Stansted – Budapest
Stansted – Cork
Stansted – Dublin
Stansted – Eindhoven
Stansted – Lisbon
Stansted – Porto
Stansted – Sofia

www.ryanair.com

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