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Rome Ciampino flights moved/cancelled due to 2-week runway closure in October

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Ryanair, Italy’s No.1 airline, today (26 July) announced that it has been forced to move/cancel its Rome Ciampino flights due to a two-week runway closure in October 2016.
The majority of Ryanair flights from 14th to 29th October inclusive will operate to/from Rome Fiumicino Airport, while a number of flights have regrettably been cancelled.
All affected customers have been notified by email. Ryanair advises all those travelling to/from Rome during this two-week period to log on to the Ryanair.com website for the latest travel information and rebooking options.
Ryanair’s Robin Kiely said:
“Rome Ciampino Airport will close for runway maintenance for a two week period in October, meaning the majority of our Ciampino flights will move to Rome Fiumicino, with a number unfortunately cancelled. All affected customers been notified by email and we sincerely apologise to all customers affected by this runway closure,”
Further information:
https://www.ryanair.com/gb/en/useful-info/help-centre/travel-updates/airport-closure-rome-ciampino

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