Many flights in and out of Ireland have been disrupted or cancelled this weekend due to an Air Traffic Control strike in France.
Both Ryanair and Aer Lingus have issued statements regarding their scheduled flights to and from mainland Europe, and are advising all customers to check the status of their flights before travelling to the airport.
“Aer Lingus wishes to advise those planning to travel to Continental Europe this weekend to check the status of their flight on www.aerlingus.com before departing for the airport, due to significant flight disruption caused by the ongoing French Air Traffic Controllers strike,” the airline said in a statement.
“In order to help minimise the impact of this ongoing strike disruption on guests, Aer Lingus is offering guests due to travel to the affected airports this weekend the option of changing their flight free-of-charge to a later date,”
Ryanair has also issued a statement about the european travel disruptions.
ATC update – June 29th: pic.twitter.com/ZWkk1nkGfX
— Ryanair (@Ryanair) June 29, 2018
All Ryanair flights between Dublin and Nice scheduled for tomorrow have been cancelled.
Have you been affected by the travel disruptions?