RYANAIR has cancelled more flights in January, after warning a third of their routes would be suspended due to Covid.

The low-cost airline is one of the many being forced to cancel routes due to Covid, blaming low ticket sales and a shortage of staff.

The latest routes to be affected are to and from Denmark, with 28 routes cancelled from January 10, according to Danish aviation website Check In.

This includes routes from London Stansted Airport to Aalborg and Liverpool to Copenhagen.

Billund and Aarhus Airport will also be affected.

Aalborg Airport director Niels Hemmingsen told local media the flights were cancelled due to a lack of ticket sales due to Covid.

The Ryanair cancellations come just hours after 8,000 flights were cancelled this week due to Covid staff shortages.

The cancellations, revealed by airline tracking site flightaware.com, were caused by staff being forced to isolate after testing positive.

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On Boxing Day, more than 60 flights were cancelled at Heathrow, including both short and long haul journeys, according to The Telegraph.

British Airways has cancelled more than 2,000 flights from its schedule until March – and thousands more flights with other airlines are expected to be cancelled in the coming weeks.

Ryanair has cancelled all flights to Morocco until February due to the flight ban, while TUI has cancelled flights to La Palma until mid-February due to the volcano

United Airlines was slammed for cancelling 120 Christmas Eve flights while dozens of holiday flights on Delta and Alaska Airlines were also impacted because of Omicron.

If your flight is cancelled, you will be contacted directly by your airline and offered a refund or an alternative flight.

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