Ryanair to continue to operate minimum number of flights until 9 April 6 months ago

Ryanair to continue to operate minimum number of flights until 9 April

The flights will operate for emergency reasons only and passenger loads will be very low.

Ryanair says it will continue to operate a minimum flight schedule until 9 April to facilitate emergency flights to and from Ireland to various destinations in the United Kingdom and Europe.

Working with EU governments, the airline will continue to operate a limited schedule announced last week (25 March), which was introduced to comply with flight bans and other restrictions imposed by most EU countries. Over 90% of Ryanair’s aircraft remain grounded for the coming weeks.

The limited schedule - extended on Monday until 9 April - that will remain in operation can be seen below; further details are available on the Ryanair website.

To/from Ireland

  • Dublin - London (STN)
  • Dublin - London (GTW)
  • Dublin - Birmingham
  • Dublin - Bristol
  • Dublin - Edinburgh
  • Dublin - Glasgow
  • Dublin - Manchester
  • Dublin - Amsterdam
  • Dublin - Brussels
  • Dublin - Berlin
  • Dublin - Lisbon
  • Dublin - Cologne
  • Cork - London (STN)

To/from the UK

  • London (STN) - Dublin
  • London (GAT) - Dublin
  • Birmingham - Dublin
  • Edinburgh - Dublin
  • Glasgow - Dublin
  • Bristol - Dublin
  • Manchester - Dublin
  • London (STN) - Eindhoven
  • London (STN) - Lisbon
  • London (STN) - Cork
  • London (STN) - Berlin
  • London (STN) - Budapest

Passenger loads on operational Ryanair flights will be very low and all Ryanair flights are disinfected daily.

With low loads, social distancing will be optimised on-board and Ryanair is asking all passengers to cooperate fully with crews who are doing their best in difficult times to maintain vital links to and from Ireland and to and from the UK to facilitate passengers and their families to deal with emergencies that may require urgent travel over the coming days and weeks.

A Ryanair statement issued on Monday read: “Ryanair apologises sincerely for the unprecedented grounding of our aircraft fleet, and any schedule disruptions this may have caused, but we must all work together with EU Governments to minimise the impact of Covid-19 on our citizens and our health services.”