Aer Lingus is canceling more flights from Dublin Airport

Aer Lingus has canceled more flights from Dublin Airport this weekend as it continues to struggle with congestion due to “staff sickness”.

The 4:40pm flight to New York JFK today, EI107, has been grounded along with the 8:40am return flight on Sunday, EI106.

Ryanair has also canceled two flights from Dublin Airport today, the 19:00 flight from Brussels, FR1457, together with the 19:25 return flight to Brussels, FR1456.

Since the beginning of the month, Aer Lingus has been forced to cancel flights due to a surge in Covid-19 cases, as well as industrial action across Europe.

The airline apologized to all affected customers and said it was contacting them directly to “advise them of their rights and offer options such as rebooking or refunds.”

It said just over 1 piece of Aer Lingus flights were affected by cancellations in June.

The airline industry has struggled to return to pre-Covid schedules this summer and has been impacted by industrial action across Europe.

This comes as Heathrow’s holiday flight limit lasts until the end of October.

The airport reportedly told airlines it had to continue restrictions on round-trip flights until Oct. 29 due to “staff shortages and absenteeism.”

Officials at Heathrow last week announced they were capping the number of passengers leaving the airport each day to 100,000 by September to deal with the extreme pressure airports are facing from pent-up demand and staff shortages. Aer Lingus is canceling more flights from Dublin Airport

Fry Electronics Team

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