Major restrictions at Irish airports until at least 0900, 17th May
Sunday 16, May 2010
The Irish Aviation Authority has been forced to restrict flights in and out of Ireland until at least 0900hrs local tomorrow Monday 17th 2010.
Dublin Closed 1900hrs local today until at least 0900hrs local Monday 17th May
Cork Open until further notice
Shannon Open until further notice
Donegal Remains closed until 1200hrs local Monday 17th May
Sligo Remains closed until 1200hrs local Monday 17th May
Ireland West (Knock) Remains closed until 1200hrs local Monday 17th May
Galway Closed until at least 0900hrs local Monday 17th May
Kerry Open until further notice
Waterford Closes at 2300hrs local today until at least 0900 local Monday 17th May
NORTHEN IRELAND AIRPORTS
Belfast City Closed until 1900hrs 16 May
Belfast International Closed until 1900hrs 16 May
City of Derry Closed until 2300hrs 16 May
North Atlantic overflights through Irish-controlled airspace remain unaffected.
Due to airspace restrictions Aer Lingus and Aer Arann have been forced to cancel a number of flights between Ireland and the UK/ Europe on Sunday 16 May and Monday 17 May. Customers are asked to check the airlines' website for up to date information on their flight.
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