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Dublin Airport Again Updates List Of Airlines That Have Suspended Services

Published on May 26 2020 9:34 AM in General Industry tagged: Featured Post / Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport Again Updates List Of Airlines That Have Suspended Services

Dublin Airport has again updated the 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 List

Airline Operations suspended:
Air Moldova June 13
Aegean June 20
Aeroflot June 15
American Airlines July 7
Air Canada July 4
airBaltic June 15
Air Transat June 30
Blue Air May
British Airways Services expected to resume in June (date TBC)
Cathay Pacific until further notice
Croatia Airlines Services expected to resume in June (date TBC)
Delta Air Lines Services expected to resume in July (date TBC)
Eastern Airways July 1
Emirates July 1
Ethiopian June 20
Etihad Airways until further notice
Egypt Air Services expected to begin in October (date TBC)
El Al until further notice
Eurowings Services expected to resume in July (date TBC)
Finnair July 1
Flyone June 30
Iberia until further notice
Icelandair June 15
Lufthansa June 1
Luxair July 1
Loganair Services expected to resume in June (date TBC)
Lauda July 1
Norwegian July 1
SAS June 30
Sun Express July 25
Swiss Services expected to resume in June (date TBC)
Turkish Airlines June 10
Transavia Services expected to resume in July
TUI until further notice
TAP Air Portugal June 13
United Airlines Services expected to resume in June (date TBC)
Vueling until further notice
Westjet July 5

The airport also noted that Aer Lingus, Air France, KLM, Ryanair, Stobart Air and Qatar Airways are currently still operating limited services to and from the airport.

© 2020 Hospitality Ireland – your source for the latest industry news. Article by Dave Simpson. Click subscribe to sign up for the Hospitality Ireland print edition.

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