Aer Lingus flights delayed for three hours over French strike

Aer Lingus is experiencing delays of over three hours on some of its flights out of Dublin Airport this morning due to a strike by French air traffic controllers.

Any flight travelling to France, or over French airspace, has to be re-routed causing significant delays.

Ryanair has cancelled 26 flights to and from France.

Passengers travelling to France, Spain, Italy or Portugal over the coming days are advised to contact their airlines.

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