Ryanair was forced to cancel flights to Morocco

Ryanair contrainte d’annuler des vols vers le Maroc

According to reports, about 700 flights to Lisbon-Humberto Delgado will be canceled, including Tours-Val de Louis in France, Ujjain-Angadz in Morocco and Barry-Carol Vojtila in Italy. Air Journal. Ryanair warns in a statement that TAP Air Portugal’s “continuous hoarding” of these canceled 700 planes will “damage Lisbon’s connectivity and recovery after Kovid-19” and “will not be used” at Lisbon Airport.

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The Irish urge the Portuguese government and the European Commission to “lower the cost of interfering with the blocking of TAP’s slots, free up this unused capacity in Lisbon” and finally open a new airport based on Montijo “to develop the airlines.” The government has already squandered $ 3 billion in “taxpayer money.”

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“We deeply regret this unnecessary disruption to these canceled flights and passengers, the routes that result from blocking slots that do not use TAP,” said Michael O’Leary, CEO of Ryanair Holdings. Traffic, tourism and resumption of work at Lisbon Portala Airport, which is detrimental to airlines and Portuguese customers.

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