• 27 Sep 2017, 14:47
  • Liu Yang

Ryanair has just suspended 34 routes! 18,000 flights will be cancelled!

Ryanair is reducing its flying schedule

The low cost carrier has just announced that 34 routes will be suspended from November through to March 2018 to eliminate the risk of further flight cancellations.

From mid-September to late October, Ryanair has cancelled over 2,000 flights. Now the low cost airline has announced that between November and March, a further 18,000 flights will be cancelled. 34 routes have been suspended in the witer schedule. The Irish budget carrier is reducing its flying schedule to eliminate the risk of having to announce more cancellations. The Dublin-based airline has confirmed it will slow down its growth this winter (November 2017 – March 2018), by flying 25 less aircraft of its 400 fleet.

Here’s the full list:
Bucharest – Palermo
Chania – Athens
Chania – Pafos
Cologne – Berlin
Chania – Thessaloniki
Edinburgh – Szczecin
Glasgow – Las Palmas
Hamburg – Edinburgh
Hamburg – Katowice
Hamburg – Oslo
Hamburg – Thessaloniki
Hamburg – Venice
London Gatwick – Belfast
London Stansted – Edinburgh
London Stansted – Glasgow
Newcastle – Faro
Newcastle – Gdansk
Sofia – Castellon
Sofia – Memmingen
Sofia – Pisa
Sofia – Stockholm
Sofia – Venice
Thessaloniki – Bratislava
Thessaloniki – Paris
Thessaloniki – Warsaw
Trapani – Baden Baden
Trapani – Frankfurt
Trapani – Genoa
Trapani – Krakow
Trapani – Parma
Trapani – Rome
Trapani – Trieste
Wroclaw – Warsaw
Gdansk – Warsaw

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