Ryanair to suspend ops at four out of five Irish airports

Ryanair (FR, Dublin Int'l) will suspend operations at four of the five airports in its home market - Cork, Kerry, Knock, and Shannon - for four weeks, blaming Ireland’s strict coronavirus travel restrictions, the airline revealed in a statement on October 27. From November 14 until December 12, the only airport it will fly from in Ireland will be Dublin Int'l, but flights from the other airports “will resume” ahead of Christmas, the statement said. Under rules that will last at least until December 1,...