Yesterday, Ryanair announced that it will be cancelling 18,000 flights from their winter schedule.
Today, more news has followed for Dublin passengers.
And it isn't good news if you planned to travel in and out of the capital.
News broke today that the airline will be cancelling 22 flights to and from Dublin.
According to RTÉ, three flights on Mondays will be cancelled including Dublin to Birmingham (FR 664), Paris Beauvais (FR 22) and Barcelona (FR 3977) from November until March.
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) September 28, 2017
A Thursday flight to and from Bucharest has been cancelled (FR 7346 and FR 7347), while five outbound flights from Dublin on Fridays have also been suspended.
They include flights to Birmingham, Paris Beauvais, Barcelona, Madrid (FR 7156) and Warsaw Modlin (FR 4543).
A Sunday return service from Dublin and Birmingham and Krakow (FR 1901, FR 665 and FR 1902) has also been cut.
It is said that the news will affect up to 400,000 passengers and those affected are said to have been emailed.