Ryanair have announced they're suspending all flights operations from Ireland West Airport Knock - and the other regional airports - from Saturday 14th November, for a 4-week period.

The airline has announced the suspension of flights from the regional airports due to a complete collapse in travel demand, as a result of the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the current travel restrictions in place.

This means Ireland West Airport will close on Saturday 14th November, and reopen four weeks later, on Sunday 13th December.

Airport management say this is another devastating blow for Knock Airport and its staff, where passenger numbers have plummeted by over 90% this year.

The airport is calling on Government to provide urgent support to address the financial losses it's experiencing this year.


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