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Flying with Ryanair tomorrow? Your flight might have been cancelled

Several flights from Dublin to other locations in Europe have been affected.

RYANAIR HAS CANCELLED dozens of flights tomorrow due to another air traffic control strike in France.

00155901 Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary Source: RollingNews.ie

Several flights from Dublin to other locations in Europe have been affected. A full list of cancelled flights can be found here.

The airline said customers will be updated on their flight status via the email address and/or the mobile phone number they provided at the time of booking.

People can also monitor their flight status online.

In a statement the airline said: “Ryanair sincerely apologises for any delays or inconvenience caused by these disruptions which are outside of our control.”

Dozens of flight were cancelled earlier this month due to similar strikes.

Originally published at 6.07pm

Read: Ryanair cancels dozens of flights due to French air traffic control strike

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