Aer Lingus has cancelled four flights today after extreme storms hit the US and have also advised that passengers planning to fly today can rebook free of charge for a different flight in the next seven days.
The flights that have been cancelled are:
- EI 135 Shannon to Boston
- EI 134 Boston to Shannon
- EI 137 Dublin to Boston
- EI 136 Boston to Dublin
Winter storms along the East Coast of America have caused flight disruptions overnight and Aer Lingus says:
“We currently plan to operate all other flights to and from North America, however, any guests planning to travel to/from New York or Newark today may postpone their travel for up to seven days, free-of-charge, if they wish to do so.
Guests who wish to re-book to another day of travel (up to and including 11 January) may do so by using the ‘manage trip’ section of our website.
“We will update guests via our website, SMS messaging and our social media channels should the situation change.
We advise guests planning to travel on Aer Lingus flights to or from the northeast of the United States today to please check the status of their flight before departing for the airport.
“We apologise sincerely for this schedule disruption which is due to circumstances beyond our control.”
Winter storm conditions are forecast in the northeastern United States on Thursday 04 Jan. We currently plan to operate our full schedule, however, guests travelling to/from New York, Newark or Boston on Thursday 04 Jan may postpone travel for up to 7 days, free-of-charge.
— Aer Lingus (@AerLingus) January 3, 2018