According to internal sources, the airline plans to use the Luxembourgish airport again in the near future.
A week after Luxair announced the renewal of its flights, Ryanair has stepped up to report its return to Findel airport.
A spokesperson for the Irish airline was contacted by our colleagues from RTL 5Minutes and conveyed that activities at the Luxembourgish airport were supposed to be relaunched from 22 June on.
The airline's destination airports could not be disclosed at this moment, as new governmental restrictions could be put into place by the time flights resume.
Ryanair is currently offering fourteen different destinations that can be reached by plane from Findel airport.
If the coronavirus situation remains unchanged for the time being, Porto, Lisbon, and Milan will be accessible for tourists. The situation in Spain is different, where a quarantine period is still in place for travellers until 1 July.
Activities at Findel will begin with Luxair flights to these five destinations.
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