In early February we booked flights from Frankfurt Intl to Porto with Ryanair (2 adults, 1 infant). The inbound flight is supposed to take place on April 13th and the outbound flight on May 1st.
In the last days, due to Corona, we were confident this vacation wouldn't happen assuming Ryanair would cancel both flights.
However, today we got an email from Ryanair offering us to change our flights to a date later than April for free. However, we are unwilling to change the flights to a date in May (we think Corona will still be around) and can't change them to a date later than May due to personal reasons. So, we can't take the offer.
I would now like to know if this is only a first measure Ryanair is taking to essentially try to keep the money they already received before actually cancelling the flights? Or in other words, will Ryanair cancel the flights at a later time offering us a full refund?