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Ryanair has continued to run some flights through the lockdown, particularly for all those who will need to journey or “vital” good reasons.

On the other hand, this has been at a minimized capability, with functions down to just 40 p.c of its typical program as of Oct.

Airline bosses have discovered, nonetheless, that much more flights will be introduced from December 17 to assist with an predicted inflow of Xmas travellers.

Ryanair will be operating 24 extra flights from France, Greece Portugal, Italy, Romania, Spain, Belgium and the British isles.

Supplemental flights from the Uk incorporate London Stansted to Athens, London Stansted to Bucharest, London Stansted to Budapest, London Stansted to Malaga, London Stansted to Seville, Manchester to Fuerteventura, and Manchester to Lanzarote.

Holidaymakers are warned, nevertheless, that quarantine principles and entry necessities are in place for some locations.

Travellers need to be absolutely sure to test the most up-to-date information for their destination.

Customers unable to journey as a end result of restrictions at present are not qualified for a refund except their flight in cancelled by Ryanair, nonetheless, the airline is presenting no cost date modifications.

Speaking beforehand on BBC Breakfast, Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary explained: “If the flights are functioning there would not be any refunds, although they will be ready to avail of our improve policy.

“We enable persons to modify their flight timings to flights on later on dates if essential. But if the flight is running there would not be any refunds.”