Following the suspension of international scheduled and non-scheduled passenger flights, some airports will continue operations on a limited basis, serving repatriation flights, cargo transportation and other permitted flights.
Riga Airport continues operations on a limited basis, serving repatriation flights, cargo transportation and other permitted flights. There are currently 45 aircraft parked at the Airport with Riga Airport as their base airport: 37 airBaltic aircraft, 6 SmartLynx and two WizzAir aircraft, as well as three private aircraft. In total, more than 50 aircraft will stay at Riga Airport during the flight restriction period.
Heathrow will close Terminal 3 and 4 and transfer any remaining services to Terminal 2 (normally just the home of Star Alliance airlines) and Terminal 5 (which is the hub for British Airways).
Dublin and Cork airports would continue to work with their airline partners to help them to get Irish citizens home to their families and allow passengers from overseas to do the same.
For the next month, staff will be paid their rostered hours but will take one week’s mandatory leave and/or time in lieu. During this period, daa intends to carry out essential maintenance, deep cleaning and regulatory training that is mandatory for many of its employees. There will be no pay increases in 2020 and all recruitment has also been frozen.
Bristol Airport like other UK airports is experiencing an unprecedented reduction in customer demand for air travel due to the impact of COVID-19 virus. The airport remain open to assist our airline partners providing urgent travel within the UK, repatriating customers returning to the UK, or customers returning home within Europe.
The terminal at East Hampton Airport has been closed to the public. The airport itself has not closed and flights can still come in and out.
Rome’s Ciampino airport and a terminal at the city’s Fiumicino airport closed since March 13.
Abu Dhabi International Airport’s Terminal 2 has been shut down.