Ryanair Says The Closure Of Its Cork Base This Winter Is A Real Possibility

It says there's no plan to stimulate the aviation industry in Ireland

The airline's chief executive made the comments at Cork Airport this morning where a crisis meeting was held with Cork members of the Oireachtas on the future of the airport which has been severely affected by the COVID19 outbreak. 

Management estimate that the airport will lose around €23 million this year and will host just 600,000 passengers compared to almost 2.6 million passengers in 2019.

Speaking to RedFM News Ryanair CEO Eddie Wilson says the aviation industry has been left to fall to its knees with no support:

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