The low-cost airline will suspend many flights in the coming months due to lockouts related to the global pandemic. The new restrictive measures in Ireland, the United Kingdom and other European countries “will significantly reduce flight programs and traffic forecasts in January, February and March,” Ryanair said.
On its website, the airline announced on January 7, 2021 that it was lowering its annual forecast (for the year to March 2021) from “below 35 million” to “below 30 million.” January traffic will fall below 1.25 million passengers. For February and March, the decrease is up to 500 thousand passengers per month, according to Ryanair.
From January 21, 2021. the airline severely restricts flights to and from Ireland and the UK and passengers will be notified by email. The exact number of shortened flights is not reported. “