Alitalia, Ryanair Suspend Milan Flights After COVID-19 Quarantine

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Credit: Alitalia
Alitalia and Ryanair are cutting more flights to and from Milan airports after Italy’s government implemented strict new quarantine measures on Mar. 8 in a bid to contain the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. Under the Italian government decree, 16 million people in the north of Italy now need special...

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