Wednesday July 15, 2020

Aer Lingus and Ryanair rubbish ‘green list’ travel plan

Ryanair says proposal to allow non-quarantine travel to and from certain countries is a distraction and wants self-isolating rules to be removed for all inbound passengers

28th June, 2020
Ryanair is resuming flights from July 1 while Aer Lingus and other airlines are also ramping up their flight schedules

Ryanair and Aer Lingus have rounded on the government’s plans to designate some European countries as safe for air travel and called for more to be done to facilitate flights across the continent.

Leo Varadkar last week said the government was working to draw up a “green list” of countries to which passengers could travel to and return from without having to self-isolate for a fortnight. Visitors from those countries would not have...

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