Ryanair Volcanic Ash Disruption - Ireland - 4th May
Tuesday 4, May 2010
Due to the closure of Irish airspace all Ryanair flights scheduled to operate to/from Ireland including Belfast and City of Derry from 06:00hrs up to 14:00hrs today are cancelled. Passengers due to travel on flights to/from Ireland between 6:00hrs - 14:00hrs are advised NOT to go to the airport (see list of cancelled flights below).
Based on current meteorological forecasts and advice from the IAA Ryanair expects flights to/from Dublin, Cork, Derry and Kerry from 14:00hrs to operate as scheduled although with possible delays. Flights from Belfast, Knock and Shannon after 14:00hrs should operate but with possible delays as Ryanair works to inspect and return aircraft safely to operation. Passengers should continue to monitor live flight information on the status of their flight at www.ryanair.com before they leave for the airport.
RESERVATIONS CENTRES NUMBERS:
+44 871 2460000 or +353 818 303030 or +353 1 2480856
Passengers wishing to rebook flights or apply for a refund should do so via the links below.
TO REBOOK FREE ONLINE:
Click on the link below to rebook to the same destination airport on an alternative flight free of charge, subject to availability. Customers can access this link up to the 05/05/2010 for travel on flights up to the 20/05/2010.
PLEASE NOTE: If your booking has a return flight included which has not been cancelled and you have already checked in for that flight you will NOT be able to transfer your return flight to a different date. If you wish to do this you will need to call our reservation centre.
TO APPLY FOR A REFUND ONLINE:
Customers who are booked on any of the below flights, who wish to cancel and claim a full refund on the unused flight(s) can do so directly by clicking on the link below and entering the required details. Refunds will be processed in 30 working days back to the form of payment used to pay for the booking.
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