Aer Lingus Flight Disruption for Saturday 17 Apr
Saturday 17, April 2010
Aer Lingus has confirmed that all UK, European and US flights scheduled to depart Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Belfast, London Heathrow and Gatwick today, Saturday 17 April, have been cancelled, including Aer Lingus Regional flights.
EI6962 Washington-Madrid / EI6963 Madrid-Washington are scheduled to operate as normal.
Air Lingus will be updating their arrivals and departures information system on a minute by minute basis.
To find out the up-to-date status of your flight please click here.
What are your options?
1. Change your booking online (no change fee)
If your booking was made on aerlingus.com, and your flights are affected by the disruption, you can now change the dates of travel or change your destination on-line, free of charge. The change booking fee and any fare difference will be waived (where appropriate) from the 'Price' page of the 'Change Booking' process.
2. Apply for a Refund
Passengers who wish to cancel their bookings may also do so by filling out the Flight Disruption Refund Form. Full refunds will only apply to cancelled flights. All other refunds are subject to the normal fare rules.
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