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Ryanair published list of flights to be cancelled up to end of October
Dublin, Ireland - Over 98% of its customers will be unaffected
Ryanair today (18 Sept) confirmed that it has published the full list of flight cancellations (now less than 50 per day) between Thursday 21st September to Tuesday 31st October next. These cancellations have been allocated where possible, to its bigger base airports, and routes with multiple daily frequencies so that the airline can offer these disrupted customers the maximum number of alternate flights and routes in order to minimise inconvenience to them.
The full list of these flight cancellations (from Thurs 21st to Thurs Oct 31st) will appear on its website later today, and customers affected by these cancellations will be emailed with offers of alternative flights or full refunds, and details of their EU261 compensation entitlement.
The airports where one line of flying will be removed for the next 6 weeks are as follows, (these airports have been selected because of the high frequency of flights Ryanair operates to/from these airports where customers can be offered the most accommodating options):
Barcelona 1 of 12 lines of flights
Brussels-Charleroi 1 of 13 lines of flights
Dublin 1 of 23 lines of flights
Lisbon 1 of 4 lines of flights
London-Stansted 2 of 41 lines of flights
Madrid 1 of 13 lines of flight
Bergamo 1 of 14 lines of flights
Porto 1 of 8 lines of flights
Rome-Fiumicino 1 of 3 lines of flights.
While the airline sincerely regrets and apologises for these cancellations, it pointed out that they will affect less than 2% of all customers over the next 6 weeks, and the majority of these passengers will be offered alternative flights on the same or next day. For those passengers who cannot, or do not wish to take the alternative flights offered they will receive a full refund and their EU261 compensation.