Airlines cut France flights amid Covid-19 restrictions

Pandemic forces airlines to cut services, while rail and bus travel in France also cut

Most, if not all, Ryanair flights will be grounded from Monday March 23 as the budget airline copes with travel restrictions imposed by governments.

It said that 80% of flights would be cut in the next week, and possibly all aircraft would be grounded.

Affected passengers are being contacted and can get a full refund, ...

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