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22nd May 2018

Flights To And From Dublin Have Been Affected By A French Air Strike


A French air traffic control strike is affecting all flights to and from France today. 

The strike started at 5pm yesterday and will continue until 4am tomorrow morning, according to Dublin Airport.

Aer Lingus and Ryanair are among the airlines that have cancelled flights as a result of the industrial action, which is part of a wider national strike by public sector workers. 

Passengers are being urged to check their flight information with their airline before arriving at the airport.

Aer Lingus has said that passengers flying today can opt to change their flights to tomorrow, Thursday or Friday, “regardless of whether their flight is operating or not.”

Ryanair passengers can apply for a refund or change their cancelled flight for free.

Don’t forget to check your flight info before you leave. 

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