COVID-2019: AIRLINES COMMUNICATIONS ON CANCELLATIONS FOLLOWING THE DPCM OF MARCH 9, 2020
LUFTHANSA GROUP: AIR DOLOMITI AND BRUSSELS AIRLINES
The airlines of the Lufthansa Group, of which Air Dolomiti is part, have remodeled their service to Northern Italy to cope with changes in demand and following the travel advice issued by the German Government. Frequencies for Turin will therefore be reduced in March. The Lufthansa Group introduces flexible rebooking options: more details on the Air Dolomiti website.
Brussels Airlines, also part of the Lufthansa Group, has announced that it will suspend all flights suffering from March 12th until April 3rd. More details on the airline's website.
Air France, starting from March 14, 2020 and up to and including April 3, 2020, will suspend connections to all its Italian destinations. Until March 13, Air France will carry out a daily flight to each of its destinations in Italy to allow passengers who wish to anticipate their trip. More information on the Air France website.
Alitalia maintains connections to Rome Fiumicino, served up to 4 frequencies per day. On the Alitalia website all information on how to change reservations.
Following the decision of the Romanian authorities to suspend flights as part of the spread of COVID-19, Blue Air canceled flights between Italy and Romania, from 9 March 2020 at 12:00 to 23 March 2020 at 12:00 pm. More information on the Blue Air website.
Following the Albanian authorities' decision to suspend flights as part of the spread of COVID-19, Blue Express canceled flights between Italy and Albania up to April 3. More information on booking changes can be found on the airline's website.
British Airways has announced the stop of all flights to and from Italy, following the decisions taken on March 9 by the Italian government for the entire national territory and the travel advice issued by the government of Great Britain. On the company's website, more information on how to change reservations.
The Italian authorities have implemented stringent measures for air traffic to, from and within the Italian territory valid until April 3, 2020. As a result of these extraordinary circumstances, easyJet has canceled a series of flights. On the company's website, more information on how to change reservations.
Following the travel advice issued by the government of Great Britain, the Jet2.com ski routes links have been canceled: the company has in fact proceeded to repatriate its passengers. More information on the carrier's website.
Following the restrictions on travel to Italy issued by the Spanish government, Iberia has communicated the cancellation of flights to Madrid until next March 28. Information on reimbursement or change of booking can be found on the airline's website.
Norwegian closed the ski route to Copenhagen three weeks in advance and the remaining charter flights to Scandinavia (Sweden and Denmark) for the winter season. More details on the carrier's website.
Ryanair has announced the suspension of the entire flight program to / from Italy and on the national territory, following the measures implemented by the Italian government on the whole country to contain the spread of the Covid-19 virus. The additional cuts will be implemented as follows:
- From 24:00 on Wednesday 11 March until 24:00 on Wednesday 8 April, Ryanair will suspend all Italian domestic flights.
- From 24:00 on Friday 13 March until 24:00 on Wednesday 8 April, Ryanair will suspend all international flights to / from Italy.
On the carrier's website more information on how to change flights and / or refund.
ROYAL AIR MAROC AND TUIFLY
Morocco has also suspended all connections with Italy: as a result the Royal Air Maroc flight to Casablanca has been canceled, as well as the Tui Fly Maroc connection to Marrakech. More information on the website of the two airlines RAM and TUIFly.
SAS SCANDINAVIAN AIRLINES
Due to the current situation in Italy relating to the Coronavirus epidemic, the Danish and Swedish foreign minister's office has published new travel recommendations: the recommendation is to avoid unnecessary travel to Italy. Therefore SAS has decided to suspend all flights to Milan, Bologna, Turin and Venice from March 4th to April 3rd. On the carrier's website, more information on how to exchange and rebook.
With reference to the current condition of the Coronavirus in Italy, Volotea is closely monitoring the situation, in addition to following all the indications of the Italian government, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the competent regularization bodies, including EASA and has provided to cancel some flights. At this link the list of deleted flights for today March 11 and tomorrow March 12. More details on how to change and rebook on the airline's website.
Following the restrictions on travel to Italy issued by the Spanish government, Vueling has made changes to its flight plans. On the airline's website information for reimbursement or change of booking.