“We are keeping this decision under constant review, in line with guidance from Governments and the relevant authorities.
“Customers who were due to travel before this date do not need to contact us. We are proactively contacting customers in departure date order to discuss their options, one of which is rebooking their holiday to a later date.
“We know just how important holidays are to our customers, and how much they give customers something to look forward to, particularly during difficult times such as these.
“We recognise that these unprecedented events have had a huge impact on our customers, and we would like to thank them for their loyalty, understanding and patience.”
More than 99 percent of Ryanair’s flights have been grounded amid the crisis, the airline has said.
Ryanair is still offering rescue and medical flights to all EU Governments, and some skeleton flight schedules are being kept open to and from Ireland, the UK and Europe for emergency reasons.
Yesterday, Ryanair updated customers as its limited schedule was extended to Thursday May 14.
Ryanair has confirmed it is halting all commercial travel until June 17, following the government update, however some flights have continued to go ahead as part of a repattriation effort.