Ryanair will publish a list of all cancelled flights today or tomorrow.
According to a reply on their own Facebook page, Ryanair is planning to publish a complete list of all flights that will be cancelled up and until 31. October. The list will be published between today and tomorrow.
Last Friday Ryanair announced that they would cancel between 40 and 50 flights every day over the next six weeks. Some passengers got less than 24 hours notice about their flight being cancelled.
Until now there has only been a list available of cancelled Ryanair flights up to Wednesday 20. September. The list comes with the following statement: “Your flight is operating as usual unless you receive an email.” This has not calmed down customers flying over the next six weeks as they fear their flight would be cancelled on short notice. The current list is available here:
Thousands of angry customers have been airing their frustration on Ryanair’s Facebook page, demanding that they immediately publish a complete list of all cancelled flights, but with no response from Ryanair. But this afternoon they started responding to some of the comments on their facebook page. Just before 2 p.m. today, there was a reply to one of the clients saying:
“Hi, Between today and tomorrow all flight cancellations up and until OCT31 will be communicated. Apologies for the inconvenience.”
Background: Ryanair cancels around 2000 flights