Ryanair introduces extra flights following French ATC strikes
Thursday 28, October 2010
Extras to/from Alicante, Barcelona, Dublin, London, Limoges, Malaga, Nice And Paris.
Ryanair has announced that it will operate additional flights on Friday (29th), Saturday (30th Oct) and Sunday (31st Oct) to/from Dublin and London Stansted to allow passengers who suffered flights cancellations, as a result of French ATC strikes on 28th Oct, to/from Alicante, Barcelona, Limoges, Malaga, Nice and Paris to complete their journey.
Ryanair passengers who experienced cancelations on these routes can now transfer to these extra flights free of charge:
Passengers who have already switched (and checked-in) to a later Ryanair flight must call Ryanair’s reservation centre (numbers online).
Ryanair’s Stephen McNamara said:
“Ryanair passengers who had intended to travel to/from Dublin and London Stansted on routes to/from Alicante, Barcelona, Limoges, Malaga, Nice and Paris can now switch to our additional flights which will operate on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to allow passengers complete their journey as soon as possible. Passengers can switch to these flights by contacting our call centre or using our online ‘manage my booking’ service.
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