Ryanair reduces Bergamo - Niš over Covid-19

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Ryanair will reduce operations between Bergamo and Niš due to reduced travel demand resulting from the coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak, which has spread rapidly across northern Italy. Ryanair will maintain one weekly service between the two cities from March 17 until April 7 instead of two per week. The Saturday rotation will be cancelled between these dates. Ryanair has said it is reducing its network (mainly to and from Italy) by 25% between March 18 and April 8 in response to Covid-19. “Over the past week, Ryanair has seen a significant drop in bookings over that late March/early April period, in response to the Covid-19 virus. There has also been a significant step up in passenger no shows on flights, particularly from and within Italy”, Europe’s largest airline said. It added, “Ryanair will continue to monitor bookings carefully, and will continue to flex its schedule in response to this developing situation”.

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  1. Anonymous15:30

    ASL still flies to MXP & VCE ?
    Get to senses... Common sense is not so common, it seems.

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    1. Anonymous15:35

      All European airlines still fly to Milan.

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    2. Anonymous15:56

      Anon at 15:30, if you had common sense you would stop trying find any excuse to attack Air Serbia.

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    3. Anonymous16:00

      Money makes the world go "round - till it breaks apart... yeah

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    4. Anonymous16:03

      Tukish airlines do not fly (TK & PGS)... if the Turkey is "European" state

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    5. Anonymous16:53

      Not true. Finnair and Brussels to suspend flights too to MXP.

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  2. Anonymous15:44

    It's great excuse for Ryanair to cancel these routes with empty planes.

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    1. Anonymous16:04

      They are banned flying to MXP from MNE, Jordan....

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  3. Nidzo16:03

    Ju has also reduced all its italy flights

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