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RYANAIR resumes flights from Romania starting July 1. See the list of destinations!

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It's official! RYANAIR has announced that it intends to resume flights starting July 1. For starters, 40% of the scheduled flights will be operated on 90% of the existing routes in the portfolio of the largest low-cost carrier in Europe.

Obviously RYANAIR will also take special measures to protect passengers and crew. The mask will be a mandatory accessory on the plane!

RYANAIR resumes flights from Romania starting July 1

Are you curious to know when RYANAIR will resume flights on scheduled routes from Bucharest, Timisoara and Cluj? Below is the list of flights starting on July 1! Surprisingly, RYANAIR has chosen to suspend flights between Italy and Romania until July 18, even though the law currently allows the operation of these flights. Regarding the flights to Spain and Great Britain, we are still waiting.

RYANAIR flight schedule

Bucharest - Athens (Greece) - from 1 July (Wednesday and Sunday)
Bucharest - Chania (Greece) - from 1 July (Wednesday)
Bucharest - Dublin (Ireland) - from July 2 (Thursday, Sunday)
Bucharest - Paphos (Cyprus) - from 4 July (Tuesday and Saturday)
Bucharest - Vienna (Austria) - from July 1 (daily flights with Lauda)

Be careful and travel responsibly!

Tickets can be purchased from RYANAIR or from partner agencies.

Flights may be subject to schedule changes, may be canceled or suspended in accordance with the decisions of the authorities. We live in unstable times during the COVID-19 pandemic. Be careful and travel responsibly!

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3 Comments
  1. […] RYANAIR resumes flights from Romania starting July 1 […]

  2. lily-of-the-valley says

    Hello, how can I know if the July 14 flight is yours?

    1. Sorin Rusi says

      You don't know at the moment. Wait for the decisions of the authorities every Monday and see which countries enter or leave the green list

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