Ryanair has said it will continue its flights in and out of Spain as normal, despite the UK government’s decision to impose a 14-day quarantine on travellers arriving from the country.
Neil Sorahan, Ryanair’s chief financial officer, told the BBC: “The schedules remain in place.”
The travel industry has been plunged into confusion by the quarantine rule, which was announced over the weekend.
Airlines have called it a “big blow”, throwing travel plans into chaos.
But speaking on the BBC’s Today programme, Mr Sorahan said: “As things stand, the market remains open, the schedules remain in place and we continue