Ryanair Belgian flights cancelled due to strike

Two flights have been cancelled between Dublin and Brussels because of a strike by Belgian trade unions.

Two flights have been cancelled between Dublin and Brussels because of a strike by Belgian trade unions.

Brussels Charleroi Airport is closed all day today as workers protest against plans by the Belgian government to raise the age for early retirement.

Six other Ryanair flights between Brussels and Italy have also been cancelled.

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