Ryanair has confirmed it can cut back October capability by an extra 20 per cent, along with cuts already introduced in August.
The low-cost service now hopes to supply round 40 per cent of capability seen throughout the identical month final 12 months.
The airline, nevertheless, hopes to attain a load issue of 70 per cent or extra on these flights that do function.
Ryanair mentioned the most recent cuts had been resulting from “steady modifications” in authorities journey restrictions throughout the European Union.
A Ryanair spokesperson mentioned: “We’re disenchanted to cut back our October capability from 50 per cent of 2019 to 40 per cent.
“Nonetheless, as buyer confidence is broken by authorities mismanagement of Covid-19 journey insurance policies, many Ryanair clients are unable to journey for enterprise or pressing household causes with out being subjected to faulty 14-day quarantines.”
The spokesperson added: “Whereas it’s too early but to make remaining selections on our winter schedule (from November-to-March), if present traits and EU governments’ mismanagement of the return of air journey and regular financial exercise proceed, then comparable capability cuts could also be required throughout the winter interval.”