Ryanair to ground most flights from today
Ryanair says it expects to operate no flights in April or May.
In a statement, the airline says most flights will be grounded from today due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Last week, they said they would be cutting their fleet due to various government shutdowns.
However, it has issued a major update on it's planned operations this morning:
A message to all Ryanair Group customers: pic.twitter.com/nzDhDt9jz4
— Ryanair (@Ryanair) March 24, 2020
They will be allowing governments to use their aircraft for rescue flights for those trying to get back to their native country.
Anyone due to fly with the airline in April or May will be informed within the next two weeks what their options are.
They urge people not to call their customer support lines due to reduced staff levels.