Dublin Airport announces cancelled flights due to Storm Callum
As Storm Callum reaches land, travelling will become much more treacherous in Ireland.
This has led Aer Lingus to pre-emptively cancel several flights scheduled to arrive or depart through Dublin Airport on Friday 12 October.
According to the Live Arrivals and Depatures page for Dublin Airport, cancelled flights early in the morning include certain flights from Amsterdam, Birmingham, London, Manchester, Paris, Brussels, and Berlin between 6am and 7am. Flights to Isle of Man and Isle of Man.
As for Arrivals, flights to London, Kerry, Donegal, Manchester, Birmingham, Amsterdam, Paris and Brussels after 8am are affected.
A number of flights on our European network have been cancelled on Friday 12 October due to #StormCallum. Please check flight status before travelling to the airport.
— Aer Lingus (@AerLingus) October 11, 2018
As things stand, the timetables for Cork Airport and Shannon Airport have not been affected.