250 staff have lost their jobs at Ryanair offices in Dublin and three other European bases.
The cuts are due to the drop in demand because of Coronavirus.
Some of the jobs include staff on fixed term contracts and probation.
At the beginning of the month the firm said Covid-19 could lead to the loss of up to 3,000 staff.
We are working with EU Governments to keep some minimum flight links open for emergency travel reasons - and this limited schedule will be extended until April 23.
Full details of these flights can be found on https://t.co/LTBSLn5QzB👇 pic.twitter.com/Bgz9yM7vGN
— Ryanair (@Ryanair) April 14, 2020
Ryanair: Further Job Losses Expected
The airline says says it's operated less than 1% of it's ordinary schedule in recent months.
Only four in ten of it's normal flights will run through July.
People Director Darrell Hughes said:
"Further announcements on Ryanair crew job losses and pay cuts are expected before the end of May in the light of further and on-going flight restrictions”.
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