Coronavirus: Ryanair suspends all flights in Italy and Italy, including flights between Romania and Italy
Italy has reached a critical moment. The total balance reached 827 deaths and 12.462 cases of illness. 1.045 people were declared cured. And on the evening of March 11, 2020, Italy announces new drastic measures in the fight against the new coronavirus. All the bars, restaurants, hotels, hairdressers and beauty centers will be closed throughout Italy.
Only pharmacies and grocery stores remain open, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced. The measures are valid until March 25th. Transportation is further guaranteed. The effects of these measures should only be seen within 14 days, Conte said.
Ryanair suspends all flights in Italy and Italy
In the current context, tourism is the most affected. And the airlines had to cancel thousands of flights to / from Italy.
Ryanair suspends all flights in Italy and Italy. I say this because Ryanair operates many domestic flights in Italy, but also international from Italy to many European destinations.
These operational suspensions will be implemented as follows:
From March 11 (00:00) until April 8 (00:00), Ryanair suspends all domestic flights to Italy.
From March 13 (00:00) until April 8 (00:00), Ryanair suspends all international flights from Italy.
Ryanair has suspended flights between Romania and Italy
Ryanair has suspended all flights from Romania to Italy, until April 8 inclusive, and the routes are below:
Bucharest - Bologna (flights available from April 9)
Bucharest - Milan Malpensa (flights available from April 9)
Bucharest - Milan Bergamo (flights available from April 10)
Bucharest - Pescara (flights available from April 11)
Bucharest - Rome Ciampino (flights available from April 9)
Bucharest - Pisa (flights available from April 11)
Timisoara - Milan Bergamo (flights available from April 9)
According to the reservation system, in March there are no RYANAIR flights between Romania and Italy. Ryanair complies with and complies with the new prohibitions imposed by the Italian government in the fight with the new COVID-19 (Coronavirus).