Ryanair issued their latest update yesterday, announcing further cuts to its flight schedules to and from Italy, and within Italy, “in response to the Italian Government weekend ‘lockdown’ of travel to and from the Orange Zone in Northern Italy.”
From today until April 8, Ryanair has suspended all Italian domestic flights to/from Bergamo, Malpensa, Parma, and Treviso.
From Thursday March 12 until April 8, Ryanair “will run a severely reduced schedule of international flights to/from Bergamo, Malpensa, Venice, Parma, Rimini and Treviso, which will only operate on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays.”
Ryanair added: “Any routes with multi-daily frequencies (for example Stansted to Malpensa) will be restricted to one flight (per day) during each of these four days of Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
“While inbound traffic to Northern Italy has suffered large numbers of ‘no shows’ over the past week, there are many thousands of non-Italian visitors currently in the Lombardy and other affected regions who are scheduled to return home, and Ryanair must continue to run this restricted four-day week schedule to and from Northern Italy to repatriate these non-Italian citizens.”
Published at Tue, 10 Mar 2020 10:03:00 +0000