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This Airline Has Cancelled Flights To And From Dublin Ahead Of Hurricane Ophelia

By kaylawalsh

October 15, 2017 at 1:45pm


One of the worst storms to hit Ireland in 50 years, Hurricane Ophelia, is fast approaching.

Transport arrangements are a bit up in the air at the moment, but one airline has already cancelled all of its flights going to and from the country. 

KLM (Royal Dutch Airlines) are offering refund or rebook options to their customers - but they may have to wait up to a week for an alternative flight. 

Dublin Airport has advised passengers to check the latest flight information with their airline before coming to the airport tomorrow. 

Meanwhile Irish Ferries have axed some of their services between Dublin and Holyhead during the storm, while others are "in doubt".

Iarnrod Eireann is expecting to run services as normal tomorrow - any changes will be posted on their website

READ MORE: Hurricane Ophelia Is Coming - Here's How It Will Affect Dublin


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