Published on October 19th, 2020 | by Alan Dwyer


Ryanair Reduce Services from Belfast

Ryanair is to reduce its services from Belfast International Airport for the winter season to just two routes. The airline had previously operated 13 routes in the winter of 2018 and had only six during last winter. The routes to be maintained are to London Stansted and Krakow in Poland. Ryanair had been operating up to eleven routes from Belfast following the resumption of flights following the COVID-19 flight restrictions. The last service to Bergamo in Italy was operated last Saturday, the last flight to Malaga will take place on Thursday with the last Manchester service on Friday. The end of the summer season next weekend will see the last flight of the season to Malta, Gdansk and Warsaw. The airline had previously finished up its summer services to Faro, Alicante and Girona in recent weeks.

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