Aer Arann flight cancellations
Wednesday 21, April 2010
Aer Arann wishes to advise customers that flights are subject to significant disruption, including delays and cancellations as a result of volcanic ash emanating from Iceland.
All flights on Tuesday 20th April are cancelled.
The below information applies to Aer Arann flights on Wednesday 21st April only and will be updated once further information becomes available.
Passengers are advised to check this website or contact Aer Arann Customer Relations for the latest information.
For information on Aer Lingus Regional flights please check the Aer Lingus website www.aerlingus.com
Wednesday 21st April
All flights up to 1pm are cancelled
RE 220 Ireland West Knock - Dublin
RE 501 Galway and Waterford - London Luton
RE 502 London Luton - Waterford and Galway
RE 515 Galway - Manchester
RE 516 Manchester - Galway
RE 801 Isle of Man - London City
RE 802 London City - Isle of Man
RE 230 Galway - Dublin
RE 211 Dublin - Sligo
RE 212 Sligo - Dublin
RE 202 Donegal - Dublin
RE 231 Dublin - Galway
RE 233 Dublin - Galway
RE 281 Dublin - City of Derry
RE 282 City of Derry - Dublin
RE 373 Dublin - Isle of Man
RE 374 Isle of Man - Dublin
RE 232 Galway - Dublin
RE 605 Dublin -Cork
RE 301 Cork - Belfast
RE 302 Belfast - Cork
RE 622 Cork - Dublin
If airspace restrictions are lifted Aer Arann will operate as many flights as possible later in the day.
Passengers are advised that even if a departure airport is open, flights from them may remain cancelled due to the closure of the destination airport or the ongoing closure of the airspace on the route's flight path.
Passengers are advised not to travel to their departure airport if their flight has been cancelled.
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