Ryanair follows in the footsteps of Wizz Air and suspends flights from Poland. As of January, for about 3-4 weeks, more than 70 connections will be canceled. Thousands of passengers who bought tickets for these dates faced an unpleasant surprise. All thanks to the growing number of cases of the new coronavirus, Omikron.
Ryanair will suspend some flights from all Polish airports it is in for about 3-4 weeks, starting in January – Submitted by fly4free.pl. This information was confirmed by representatives of these popular low-cost airlines.
The reason is the low demand for aviation, which usually occurs after the holidays, as well as Omikron, a new, rapidly spreading type of coronavirus. Increasing infection statistics and additional restrictions that have been imposed in many countries have reduced the demand for flights, the site reports. However, this does not change the fact that those who bought tickets for January will be in for an unpleasant surprise.
The largest number of pending connections relates to Wroclaw and Pozna (13 each), and in Krakow it will be 11, and in Modlin 10 – says the portal. But he notes that the number of planes leaving from other ports is less than the company recently planned, but the size of the reductions are smaller.
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