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Ryanair And Aer Lingus To Cut Some Irish Services

By Dave Simpson

Ryanair has announced that it will cut up to 1,000 Ireland-UK flights in August and September due to Ireland's quarantine restriction on EU visitors.

A spokesperson for Ryanair said, "We call on the Irish government to remove all travel restrictions between Ireland and the EU as a matter of urgency".

The flights that Ryanair intends to cancel primarily fly to/from Cork, Shannon, Knock and Kerry airports.

Aer Lingus Cancellations

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According to The Irish Times, it has also emerged that Aer Lingus is planning to cancel some services to Europe from July 20, but the airline has not yet commented on these plans.

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