RYANAIR has been forced to 'severely reduce' their flights to and from Spain after the country has gone into a 15-day lockdown.
Flights to and from Spain, the Balearic Islands and Canary Islands will be reduced until March 19.
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The airline said in a statement their flights will be culled starting at 11pm tonight.
Some flights bound for Spain turned around as word spread of the lockdown.
Jet2 and TUI yesterday cancelled hundreds of flights to Spain with planes forced to turn around mid-air in the coronavirus chaos.
At least five Jet2 flights heading to Malaga and Alicante from the UK had to perform a dramatic U-turn.
Jet2 – based at nine UK airports and flies to Benidorm, Malaga and Lanzarote – cancelled all flights to mainland Spain, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands for at least the next seven days.
Meanwhile, TUI axed all flights and holidays to Spain until Monday, with flights to Malta, Tunisia, Sri Lanka and Cyprus also effected.
Spain declared the lockdown after their confirmed cases soared above 6,000 and 196 people died.