Ryanair unlikely to operate flights in April & May
CEO of Ryanair Michael O'Leary announced this morning that the airline doesn't expect to operate flights in April or May.
O'Leary said that the company will be following Government advice.
You can read more on that here.
A message to all Ryanair Group customers: pic.twitter.com/nzDhDt9jz4
— Ryanair (@Ryanair) March 24, 2020
What does this mean for my flight?
So, what does this mean for people who have flights booked during these months?
Ryanair will be contacting anyone due to fly with the airline in April or May within the next two weeks.
Those with flights will then be informed what their options are.
In the meantime the airline is urging people not to call their customer support lines due to reduced staff levels.
Alternatively the Ryanair website is displaying a COVID-19 update. You can read it here.
To check if your flight has been cancelled you can follow these instructions:
- Log in to your myRyanair account to retrieve your booking.
- Click "My Bookings" to access your trip to check the status of your flight.
- A message will appear above your myRyanair itinerary if your flight is cancelled.
However, it doesn't look like this is up and running for all flights just yet.
In the meantime we will keep you up to date on all the COVID-19 news that you need.