Ryanair And Jet2 Will Not Operate At Belfast International Airport Until The End Of March
Ryanair has stopped operating its route between Belfast International Airport and London Stansted Airport, and has delayed the resumption of several other services from Belfast International Airport.
As reported by The Irish News, these actions by Ryanair mean that the airline will not operate at Belfast International Airport until the end of March, and the same is true of Jet2, which also said this week that it will not fly from Belfast International Airport until the end of the third month of 2021.
Meanwhile, easyJet has delayed the resumption of several services from Belfast International Airport to a number of European destinations until the middle of February and later, including flights to Paris, which will not recommence until March 5.
At present, Amsterdam is the only international destination from which there are active direct flights to Northern Ireland.
However, Ryanair services between City of Derry Airport and Liverpool are currently scheduled to recommence on February 4.
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