Ryanair To Resume 23 Services From Cork Airport From July 1
Ryanair will resume flights to 23 destinations from Cork Airport from July 1. The services that will resume are the airline's services from Cork to Alicante, Bordeaux, Budapest, Carcassonne, Faro,...
Ryanair will resume flights to 23 destinations from Cork Airport from July 1.
The services that will resume are the airline's services from Cork to Alicante, Bordeaux, Budapest, Carcassonne, Faro, Gdansk, Girona, Katowice, Lanzarote, Las Palmas, Liverpool, London Gatwick, London Luton, London Stansted, Malaga, Malta, Milan Bergamo, Naples, Palma, Poznan, Reus, Tenerife and Wroclaw.
Cork Airport managing director Niall MacCarthy stated, "Everyone at Cork Airport is delighted to see the recommencement of flights by Ryanair from July 1. Both our team at Cork Airport and all the crew in Ryanair look forward to making all flights as safe and as comfortable as possible as people return to flying from Cork after lockdown restrictions have been lifted."
Meanwhile, Ryanair's Eimear Ryan commented, "We are delighted to restore our summer 2020 schedule from Cork Airport, which will offer 23 routes to 'hot spot' destinations such as Lanzarote, Naples or Faro. As Europe opens up, Irish consumers can look forward to planning a well-deserved holiday on the lowest fares. We are ready to return to the skies with a new set of measures that will protect the health and well-being of our customers and crew throughout the full journey."
Health And Safety Measures
In line with Irish government guidelines, Cork Airport and Ryanair require customers to wear a face mask or face covering throughout their entire journey from arrival at Cork Airport, during the flight to exiting the terminal building at their destination. Customers will be notified by Ryanair of this via all communication channels (e-mail, SMS, websites) before their departure and will be asked to ensure that they possess enough masks for their trip. Face masks are also available to purchase from vending machines at Cork Airport.
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