Ryanair to pause dozens of routes from Denmark

From January 10, the budget airline will temporarily cease 28 routes out of Danish airports for at least three weeks

Due to the Corona Crisis, Irish budget airline Ryanair has decided to temporarily pause 28 of its 59 routes out of Danish airports from January 10. 

Initially, the hiatus will impact flights out of Copenhagen, Aarhus, Aalborg and particularly Billund, which will have 19 routes impacted.

Copenhagen will only see two routes affected – to Liverpool and Bonn-Cologne.

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Aarhus will see routes to
Gdansk, Milan-Malpensa, Riga and Warsaw-Modlin being scratched. 

Routes from Aalborg to London Stansted, Kaunas and Stockholm will be paused. 

The situation is expected to last at least three weeks