Ryanair lists all cancelled flights

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Full details of which flights are axed until October 28
Trying to calm the storm of criticism surrounding its wave of cancellations suddenly revealed at the weekend, Ryanair has now published full details of which flights are cancelled up until October 28.
The approximately 40,000 customers whose flights have been axed are to receive an email of apology.
The low-cost carrier is cancelling 40 to 50 flights daily for the next six weeks, after admitting it “messed up” the planning of its pilots’ holidays.
Most passengers will be transferred to an alternative Ryanair flight on the same day, chief executive Michael O’Leary promised. If that is not possible, they will be shifted to flights the day before or day after. The airline also promises full compensation to affected passengers, which could total €20 million.
The list of cancelled flights, which includes some to and from the Nordics, can be seen here.
From November, when the lighter winter schedules start, there will be no need for cancellations, O’Leary said.
“This is our mess-up. When we make a mess in Ryanair we come out with our hands up,” he said. “We try to explain why we’ve made the mess and we will pay compensation to those passengers who are entitled to compensation, which will be those flights that are cancelled over the next two weeks.”
BBC


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