Which Ryanair flights have been cancelled?

Ryanair has published a full list of cancelled flights this winter 

Have you booked business travel to or from Edinburgh Airport for this autumn/winter and want to know which Ryanair flights have been cancelled? 
Well, the good news is there’s only one route flying from Edinburgh that’s affected: Edinburgh to Szczecin in Poland.
There are two further routes flying to Edinburgh which are affected, however. They are Hamburg to Edinburgh, and London Stansted to Edinburgh. 
The full list of affected routes across all airports is below. These 34 routes are suspended for the winter season from November 2017 to March 2018.
Full list of Ryanair cancelled flights
1.
Bucharest – Palermo
18.
Sofia – Castellon
2.
Chania – Athens
19.
Sofia – Memmingen
3.
Chania – Pafos
20.
Sofia – Pisa
4.
Chania – Thessaloniki
21.
Sofia – Stockholm (NYO)
5.
Cologne – Berlin (SXF)
22.
Sofia – Venice (TSF)
6.
Edinburgh  Szczecin
23.
Thessaloniki – Bratislava
7.
Glasgow – Las Palmas
24.
Thessaloniki – Paris BVA
8.
Hamburg – Edinburgh
25.
Thessaloniki – Warsaw (WMI)
9.
Hamburg – Katowice
26.
Trapani – Baden Baden
10.
Hamburg – Oslo (TRF)
27.
Trapani – Frankfurt (HHN)
11.
Hamburg – Thessaloniki
28.
Trapani – Genoa
12.
Hamburg – Venice (TSF)
29.
Trapani – Krakow
13.
London (LGW) – Belfast
30.
Trapani – Parma
14.
London (STN) – Edinburgh
31.
Trapani – Rome FIU
15.
London (STN) – Glasgow
32.
Trapani – Trieste
16.
Newcastle – Faro
33.
Wroclaw – Warsaw
17.
Newcastle – Gdansk
34.
Gdansk – Warsaw
So how do I know if my Ryanair flight has been affected? 
You will have received a schedule change email from Ryanair either on Monday, 18 Sept or today Wednesday, 27 Sept. If you have not received an email notification from Ryanair then you are one of the 99% of customers unaffected by these cancellations or schedule changes.
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