Aer Lingus cancels 16 flights from Dublin Airport tomorrow morning
Published 31/01/2014 | 23:04
AER Lingus has cancelled 16 flights from Dublin Airport tomorrow morning.
At 10pm the airline announced that the 6.25am flights from Dublin to Madrid has been cancelled, as has the 6.30am flight to Manchester.
Additional early morning flights to Birmingham (6.40am), Newcastle (6.50am), Frankfurt (7am), Alicante (7.10am), Copenhagen (7.20am), Cardiff (8.15am), Isle of Man (8.55am) have also been cancelled.
Seven additional flights later in the morning have also been cancelled - Paris (9.55am), Aberdeen (9.55am), Manchester (9.55am), Glasgow (10am), Birmingham (10am), Kerry (11.10am) and Bristol (11.25am).
The airline is blaming adverse weather conditions and is asking customers to contact the airline to reschedule their flight.
“We're expecting high winds in Ireland tomorrow and this is the reason for the disruption,” the airline said on it’s twitter account.
Passengers are advised to rebook via the website or by calling 0818 365000.
Flights from other airlines are scheduled to depart as normal.