AER Lingus customers are set to confront additional travel chaos right now with the cancellation of a further 3 return flights from Dublin.
The airline previous night time stated a few return flights at Dublin Airport experienced been cancelled impacting products and services to Berlin, Manchester and Rome.
It comes amid a weekend of cancellations by the airline with a full of 16 flights grounded.
On Saturday, three return solutions were cancelled among Dublin and London, Dublin and Amsterdam and a return flight between London and Knock.
A few return flights scheduled for yesterday ended up also cancelled, influencing providers to Lisbon, Milan and Amsterdam.
The airline has blamed air targeted traffic handle strikes, ongoing problems at airports and a Covid-19 spike between staff members in the latest days for the cancellations.
It also came after dozens of flights have been grounded final 7 days by the airline, which apologised to all those travellers impacted.
Aer Lingus mentioned it “predicted the return of demand from customers for travel as soon as Covid limits have been taken out and developed ideal buffers into our plans in purchase to deal with a acceptable amount of additional disruption”.
“Program pressures and ongoing problems at some airports and amid 3rd occasion suppliers have made sizeable operational problems which have been compounded by a sizeable spike in Covid cases in modern times,” it additional.