Aer Arann flight disruption alert - 8 May
Saturday 8, May 2010
Aer Arann wishes to advise customers of the latest information regarding the volcanic ash cloud emanating from Iceland that is causing disruptions to flights to and from Ireland at present.
The below information applies to Aer Arann flights on Saturday 8th May only:
The latest update from the Irish Aviation Authority is that all Irish Airports are continuing to remain open until further notice.
Therefore, all Aer Arann flights are expected to operate as normal today.
Aer Arann passengers should continue to monitor the airline's website for the most up to date information on flight schedules.
Passengers travelling on Aer Lingus Regional flights operated by Aer Arann are advised to visit www.aerlingus.com for further information.
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