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Ryanair flights cancelled to and from Rome due to strike action

Ryanair says that affected customers can transfer onto alternative flights by contacting Ryanair’s reservation centres.

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RYANAIR HAS CANCELLED a number of flights to and from Rome due to strike action by Groundcare staff at Rome Ciampino and Rome Fiumicino airports.

Ryanair say that they regret being forced to cancel the flights and have apologised to customers.

“We sincerely apologise to all customers who have had their travel plans disrupted by this unexpected strike action”.

Ryanair says that affected customers have been sent flight updates via email and SMS text and can transfer onto alternative flights by contacting Ryanair’s reservation centres.

A Ryanair passenger who is stranded in Rome contacted TheJournal.ie and said “All that the passengers received was a text saying they were entitled to a refund or different flight. However there is still no guarantee that there is a flight available tomorrow”.

Further updates will be published on the Ryanair.com website.

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