Up to 60 flights scheduled to fly in and out of Dublin Airport could be cancelled as a result of an issue with NATS.
RTÉ earlier reported that Britain’s National Air Traffic Service was hit by a technical problem earlier today, which caused widespread disruption to flights using UK airspace. NATS warned the issue could impact airlines for some time despite the issue being fixed.
Here in Dublin and across Ireland, airport operator the daa said “The technical issue is resulting in delays to some flights in and out of Dublin and Cork airports.”
Passengers scheduled to travel should “check the status of their flight with their airline in advance of travelling”.
Other airports impacted will be Shannon Airport, Ireland West Airport in Mayo, and Cork Airport. Again, all passengers are advised to check in advance with their flight providers, in case of delays.
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