RyanairRyanair last week announced plans to slash cut its flight schedule through January, February and March.A spokesperson told Express.co.uk yes
Ryanair last week announced plans to slash cut its flight schedule through January, February and March.
A spokesperson told Express.co.uk yesterday: “Due to ongoing government travel restrictions as a result of COVID-19, Ryanair expects to operate a limited winter flight schedule from the UK, which will be reflected on Ryanair.com.
“All connections are subject to travel restrictions. In the event of a flight cancellation, customers can avail of a free flight change or apply for a voucher/refund should they so wish. Ryanair urges all passengers to check the latest travel updates on the Ryanair.com website and with the relevant authorities in advance of their flight.”
Following the latest lockdown measures across England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, the airline predicts its January traffic will fall to under 1.25 million passengers.
It also believes the new coronavirus restrictions could reduce February and March traffic to as little as 500,000 passengers each month.
All customers affected by the new flight cancellations will be contacted by the airline to discuss their options.
Passengers will be entitled to move their journey to a future date, or claim back a full refund.