Easyjet is cancelling a wide variety of flights to and from central and northern Italy after more than a quarter of the country’s population used to be put in lockdown. About 16 million humans are below the heavy restrictions imposed by the Italian authorities until April 3 as the infection rate of Covid-19 continues to rise.
Italy has registered greater instances of coronavirus than any us of a outside China while its loss of life toll has risen to 366.British authorities are advising towards all but imperative journey to giant swathes of the country. EasyJet Airbus A319-111EasyJet Airbus A319-111The Foreign Office recommendation covers the Lombardy region, along with the cities of Milan, Bergamo and Como, and the provinces of Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia and Rimini – all in the Emilia Romagna region. Also covered are Pesaro and Urbino in the Marche region; Alessandria, Asti, Novara, Verbano-Cusio-Ossola and Vercelli in the Piemonte region; and Padova, Treviso and Venice in the Veneto region. On Sunday evening, easyJet announced quite a few flights to or from these locations would be cancelled on Monday. The organization said in light of the lockdown in Italy, it would be reviewing its flying programme to Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate, Venice and Verona airports from now till April 3.“In the non permanent we will be cancelling a number of flights to and from these locations on Monday 9 March,” it said. A lit up town at night Provided with the aid of Evening Standard. It said passengers on affected flights would receive an e mail or text message and provided both a full refund or the choice of changing their flights. The airline added: “We count on to proceed to reduce the variety of flights in and out of Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate, Venice and Verona airports in the period up to April three and will supply a similarly replace on our time table in due course .”British Airways stated on Sunday it was no longer planning to floor flights. “There are no modern tour restrictions or updates for airlines flying to and from Italy,” the airline said. It said customers with flights to or from northern Italy – particularly Milan, Turin, Bologna, Venice, Bergamo and Verona – could rebook to a later date not past May 31.