Ryanair has cancelled flights, Friday 16th Apr
Friday 16, April 2010
Due to volcanic ash from Iceland and the closure of much of Northern Europe’s airspace Ryanair has cancelled the following flights today Fri 16th Apr.
Friday 16th Apr
All flights today to/from the UK are cancelled.
All flights today to/from Ireland are cancelled (Dublin-Cork-Kerry domestic flight may operate from 13:00hrs)
All flights today to/from Denmark and Finland are cancelled.
All flights today to/from Norway and Sweden are cancelled until 13:00hrs.
All flights today to/from Belgium and Holland are cancelled until 17:00hrs.
All flights today to/from Northern France are cancelled until 17:00hrs.
All flights to /from Northern Germany are cancelled until 17:00hrs.
All flights to/from airports in Central and Southern Europe (Spain, Sth France, Italy etc) are operating normally (unless to/from countries listed above).
Ryanair apologises sincerely to passengers for the inconvenience caused by these severe, weather related disruptions. Passengers can monitor the status of their flight by clicking on Ryanair Live Flight Information.
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