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22nd Jan 2024

Dublin Airport issue major travel update as more flights cancelled after Storm Isha

Joseph Loftus

Dublin airport

Over 100 flights were cancelled.

Dublin airport have issued an update after Storm Isha saw 148 flights cancelled on Sunday.

The news comes as a humungous clean-up operation is underway across Ireland.

Over 235,000 homes, farms, and business were left without power during the storm, and now Met Éireann have issued a fresh weather warning including a Status Yellow wind warning for Clare, Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Sligo, and Mayo.

On Sunday, 148 flights were cancelled from Dublin Airport, whereas 35 others were diverted to other airports, and 27 had “go-arounds”.

Dublin Airport issues a major travel update as more flights cancelled after Storm Isha.

In an update shared on Monday morning, Dublin Airport said: “Winds associated with Storm Isha have eased and the first wave of flights at Dublin Airport is moving without restrictions.”

They added that with some aircraft still out of position, 29 flights have been cancelled thus far today.

In another update, Dublin Airport said they would be “happy to waive any additional fees incurred” for customers forced to use their car parks for longer than expected.

They said those impacted should speak with staff on the ground or use the intercom at pay stations before exiting.

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