Aer Lingus cancel 50 flights out of Dublin tomorrow

Posted March 04, 2018

Dublin Airport says it is unlikely that there will be any flights tomorrow.

British Airways has suffered the most with over 300 flights being cancelled since Monday.

Bosses at Manchester said the majority of the disruption was caused by adverse weather conditions at other airports.

"All affected customers have already been notified of their options by email and SMS text message and should avoid traveling to the airport".

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The weather condition have been caused by a storm dubbed the "Beast from the East".

In a statement released on Twitter, the airline said: "All flights scheduled to/from Dublin, Cork, Kerry, Knock & Shannon Airports on Friday 2nd March have been cancelled".

Both flights were lucky to not have been cancelled as dozens across the United Kingdom were halted due to snowy or icy conditions and high wind speeds.

However, it was announced this morning that both Ryanair and EasyJet have cancelled their remaining schedules for the day, crushing the hopes of hundreds of passengers who expected to depart.

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Ryanair has announced that it is now planning for a return to full operations, in all Irish airports, this Saturday, 3 March. "We recommend customers check the status of their flight at Ryanair.com before making their way to the airport".

Further flights have been cancelled today, 2 March.

"We strongly advise passengers intending to fly from, or travel to, Shannon Airport on Saturday to contact their relevant airline or check their website before travelling".

The news which will be welcomed by thousands of travellers came after Met Eireann reveled that weather conditions are likely to improve over the weekend.

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