Dublin Airport has issued a newly updated list of airlines that have suspended services to and from the airport due to the COVID-19 crisis.
The list includes the dates that each airline currently plans to resume services to and from the airport, however, the airport noted that the listed dates may be subject to change.
|Airline||Operations To Resume|
|Air Moldova||July 2|
|American Airlines||July 7|
|Air Canada||July 2|
|Air Transat||Suspended until further notice|
|Cathay Pacific||Services expected to begin in September (date TBC)|
|Delta Air Lines||Services expected to resume in July (date TBC)|
|Eastern Airways||July 23|
|Ethiopian||Suspended until further notice|
|Egypt Air||Services expected to begin in October (date TBC)|
|El Al||Suspended until further notice|
|Eurowings||Services expected to resume in August|
|Finnair||Services expected to resume in August|
|Iberia||Services expected to resume in July|
|Icelandair||Services expected to resume in July|
|Luxair||Services expected to resume in July|
|Loganair||Services expected to resume in September (date TBC)|
|Norwegian||Services expected to resume in September|
|SAS||Services expected to resume in July|
|Sun Express||July 25|
|Transavia||Services expected to resume in September|
|TAP Air Portugal||July 3|
|United Airlines||July 7|
|Vueling||Suspended until further notice|
|Westjet||Services expected to resume in August|
The airport also noted that Aer Lingus, Air Baltic, Air France, Blue Air, British Airways, Croatia Airlines, Emirates, Etihad, KLM, Lufthansa, Ryanair, Stobart Air, SWISS, Turkish Airlines and Qatar Airways are currently operating limited services to and from the airport.
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