Aer Lingus cancels two flights between Dublin and Brussels

Aer Lingus cancels two flights between Dublin and Brussels

Aer Lingus has confirmed that it has cancelled two flights between Dublin and Brussels tomorrow due to an air traffic controllers’ strike in Belgium.

Flight numbers EI 630 and EI 631, departing Dublin on 6.50am and 10.20am respectively have been cancelled.

Customers who have been affected by a cancellation will be informed via SMS message and email.

Aer Lingus has activated a change-for-free and refund-request facility on aerlingus.com.

"Aer Lingus regrets the inconvenience caused to its customers by these cancellations and is doing all possible to limit the scale of this disruption," said an Aer Lingus statement. "Customers will be updated at regular intervals via aerlingus.com."

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