Aer Lingus warn of flight disruptions and cancellations due to Storm Deirdre
A few flights have already been cancelled. Take note if you're flying soon.
Aer Lingus have released a brief statement which advises passengers to be wary of flight disruptions and cancellations due to Storm Deirdre.
The airline are encouraging people to check their flight status before they depart for the airport. In the case of a cancelled flight, anyone that's inconvenienced can be accommodated on the next available flight, or cancel and apply for a refund.
The statement reads: "Please be advised that due to anticipated high winds caused by Storm Deirdre, there may be a number of flight disruptions and cancellations on the Aer Lingus network. Guests are advised to check the status of their flight here before departing for the airport."
In the case of a cancelled flight, affected guests can opt to: 1) be accommodated on the next available flight, 2) cancel and apply for a refund.
Given the amount of flights that fly in and out of Ireland on a daily basis, the exact details of any particular flight can be checked here.
Storm Deirdre has already caused a few flights to be cancelled with Cork, Kerry, and Knock airports all urging passengers to be vigilant.
#StormDeirdre has resulted in this afternoon’s departure & return to @manairport with @AerLingus being cancelled. Please check the status of your flight in advance of travel this afternoon & evening with your airline. pic.twitter.com/auEf0LnXpZ
— Cork Airport (@CorkAirport) December 15, 2018
— Kerry Airport (@KerryAirport) December 15, 2018
#StormDeirdre is currently having an impact on our flight schedule today - we advise passengers to check with their airline for the most up to date status of your flight
— Ireland West Airport (@Irelandwest) December 15, 2018
Flight disruptions and cancellations are expected today due to #StormDeirdre. Please check flight status before departing for the airport. In the case of a cancelled flight, affected guests can be accommodated on the next available flight or cancel and apply for a refund.
— Aer Lingus (@AerLingus) December 15, 2018