Ryanair will no longer fly before June to Ibiza

The airline company Ryanair announced that it was excluding the resumption of any activity towards the island before June, because of the health crisis.

Ryanair Group CEO Michael O’Leary says the evolution of the situation will depend on what the various governments determine, since the company will comply with all the instructions it receives.

For this reason, he assures us that “we will do our best to keep our planes, our crews and our teams of engineers operational so that when Europe overcomes this Covid-19 pandemic, we are ready to go again”.

On the other hand, he explains that Ryanair has offered its planes to all EU governments, both for rescue flights and to operate flights essential for the movement of essential medicines, personal protective equipment and, if necessary, food for emergency.