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Flight Disruptions at Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong Airport advise today, 13 August 2019, that terminal operations at Hong Kong International Airport have been seriously disrupted, and all check-in processes have now been suspended. All passengers in Hong Kong were earlier advised to leave the terminal buildings as soon as possible. Affected passengers are advised to contact their respective airlines for flight arrangement. Passengers flying from Ireland to Hong Kong can keep abreast of notifications from the airport managing company at the following web address: https://www.hongkongairport.com.

WOW air has ceased operations: UPDATE

WOW AIR has ceased operations. See the full article for information for passengers.

Press Release: Temporary Suspension of Boeing 737 Max Aircraft Operations into and out of Irish Airspace

TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF BOEING 737 MAX AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS INTO AND OUT OF IRISH AIRSPACE The Commission for Aviation Regulation (CAR) has been notified of the decision of the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) to temporarily suspend the operation of all variants of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft into or out of Irish airspace. CAR is advising those affected to please be aware of your entitlements.

Flight Disruptions at Gatwick Airport

If your flight is delayed or cancelled as a result of disruptions at Gatwick Airport, then it is important you are aware of your rights and entitlements.

STORM CALLUM LIKELY TO CAUSE FLIGHT DISRUPTIONS

Passengers scheduled to fly into or out of Irish airports tomorrow, Friday 12th October 2018, may experience some disruption as a result of Storm Callum. If your flight is delayed or cancelled as a result of this event, then it is important you are aware of your rights and entitlements.

Storm Ali Likely to Cause Significant Flight Disruptions

Wednesday 19 September 2018: Passengers scheduled to fly into or out of Irish airports today, Wednesday 19th September 2018, may experience some disruption as a result of Storm Ali. If your flight is delayed or cancelled as a result of the severe weather conditions forecast, then it is important that you are aware of your rights and entitlements.

Statement by the Commission for Aviation Regulation on Ryanair Flight Cancellations

Arising from the current strike action affecting Ryanair flights, passenger rights are protected under European legislation and it is important that all passengers are aware of their entitlements. The Commission for Aviation Regulation expects that Ryanair will send all affected passengers information about their rights and entitlements.

Statement by the Commission on Proposed Strike Action at Ryanair

If the proposed industrial action at Ryanair goes ahead on 12th July 2018 passengers may experience cancellations or delays. Passenger rights are protected under European legislation and it is important that all passengers are aware of their entitlements. The Commission for Aviation Regulation expects that Ryanair will send all affected passengers information about their rights and entitlements.

Air Traffic Control Strikes at French and German Airports 23rd June 2018

Passengers scheduled to fly into or out of Irish airports last weekend may have experienced some disruption as a result of industrial action at French and German Airports. If your flight was delayed or cancelled as a result of the strikes, it is important you are aware of your rights and entitlements. The Commission for Aviation Regulation has the following advice:

Strikes at German Airports

Passengers scheduled to fly into or out of Irish airports may experience some disruption as a result of projected strikes at German Airports on Tuesday, 10 April.

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