Ryanair is Cutting Capacity Due to Lack of Bookings
Ryanair is Cutting Capacity Due to Lack of Bookings. Low-cost fighter Ryanair expects to operate fifth fewer flights in September and October.
Due to the ongoing uncertainties surrounding the coronavirus, the number of bookings with the airline company is lagging behind.
In particular, in recent weeks, when the coronavirus flared up in many countries and regions, there has been a relapse.
According to Ryanair, reducing flight movements will mainly affect the frequency of flights, instead of cancelling routes.
This includes flights to holiday countries such as France and Spain, where stricter travel regulations apply in various regions. But Sweden, where additional travel restrictions apply, may also have to do with fewer flights.
There may also be fewer flights to Ireland, for which there are no restrictions yet. Travellers from most EU countries travelling to Ireland must be quarantined for fourteen days upon arrival.