Flights to the UK and Ireland will be significantly limited until March

On the other hand, Flydubai launches the flights earlier than scheduled.

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Lowcost airlines Ryanair and Wizz Air are cancelling regular flights to the British Isles because of the unfavourable pandemic situation.

Ryanair has suspended flights between Bratislava and London – Stansted, Manchester and Dublin until the end of March, the SITA newswire reported.

The last flight from Bratislava airport took place on January 13. Ryanair also suspended flights from Košice to London – Stansted and Liverpool.

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