Ryanair Adds Porto To London Stansted Route To Its Current Limited Schedule

08 May 2020

Schedule Extended Until 28 May

Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (8 May) added its Porto to London Stansted route to its current limited flight schedule, which will operate with a daily service from May 22nd.

As most EU countries have imposed flight bans or other restrictions, over 99% of Ryanair’s aircraft are grounded for the coming weeks. Ryanair will comply with these restrictions at all times.

Ryanair is working with EU Governments to try to keep some minimum flight links open for emergency reasons, even though the passenger loads on these flights is very low. This limited schedule will now be extended to May 28th. Ryanair is operating these flights daily or weekly on the following routes:

To/From the UK
London (STN)  – Porto
London (STN)  – Lisbon
London (STN)   – Sofia
London (STN)   – Bucharest
 London (STN)  – Dublin
London (LGW) – Dublin
Birmingham      – Dublin
Edinburgh         – Dublin
Bristol               – Dublin
Glasgow            – Dublin
Manchester        – Dublin
London (STN)   – Eindhoven
London (STN)   – Cork
London (STN)   – Berlin
London (STN)   – Budapest

 

 

To/From Ireland
Dublin – Lisbon 
Dublin – London (STN)
Dublin – London (LGW)
Dublin – Birmingham
Dublin – Bristol
Dublin – Edinburgh 
Dublin – Glasgow
Dublin – Manchester
Dublin – Amsterdam
Dublin – Brussels
Dublin – Berlin
Dublin – Cologne
Cork    – London (STN)

 

 

Ryanair’s Susana Brito said:

“We are pleased to add this route connecting Porto and London Stansted with a daily service from May 22nd, as we work with EU Governments to try to keep some minimum flight links open for emergency reasons, even though the passenger loads on these flights is very low.

Our current limited schedule continues to maintain vital links across Europe to facilitate our passengers and their families to deal with emergencies that may require urgent travel over the coming days and weeks.

All the aircraft are disinfected daily and we ask all passengers to cooperate fully with our crews who are doing their best in difficult times.

At this time, we expect scheduled flights to return sometime in July. We support the action taken by EU Governments to combat the virus, and we now hope there is a coordinated plan to lift travel restrictions when Europe is ready to return flying once COVID-19 is defeated, which will hopefully be sooner rather than later. Until then let’s all take care of ourselves, each other, our families and our communities.”