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Ryanair Introduces Extra Canary Island Flights


Ryanair, today 20th Apr, announced that it will operate additional flights on Wed (21st) and Thur (22nd) from Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Tenerife to Madrid to allow all passengers who were disrupted on the Islands by the recent volcanic ash emissions to get to mainland Europe to allow them to make their return journeys via road, rail or ferry (onward travel from Madrid will be at each passenger’s own expense).


Ryanair passengers who have been disrupted by cancelled flights to/from the Canary Islands now have the option of transferring from their already disrupted flights to these extra Madrid flights free of charge using Manage My Booking: .




A limited number of seats will be available to passengers who opted for a refund from Ryanair, but still find themselves disrupted on the Canary Islands, for a special one way fare €100 (inc taxes and charges) on .




Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara said




“Any disrupted Ryanair passenger on the Canary Islands now has the choice to fly to Madrid so that they may continue their return journeys by road, rail or ferry. Ryanair passengers who have suffered disruptions due to the recent volcanic ash airspace closures can now transfer to these extra flights on Wednesday and Thursday free of charge, subject to availability. A limited number of seats will also be available for just €100 for all other disrupted passengers who need to get from the Canary Islands to the Spanish mainland.




Ryanair will continue to announce extra flights and revised plans to clear the backlog of passengers as soon as weather conditions and airspace reopening allow.”



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