The four Aer Lingus flights, including “Mystery Flight,” are one of eight trips canceled at Dublin Airport today.
Canceled Aer Lingus departure flights are “Mystery Flight” at 1:30 pm, EI 9405, and 4:45 pm flight to Frankfurt, EI 656.
The canceled Aer Lingus flights scheduled to arrive in Dublin today are 1:30 pm (EI643) from Prague and 9:45 pm (EI657) from Frankfurt.
The 12 pm Eurowings flight from Dublin to Cologne Bonn, EW397 and the 10:50 pm FlyOne flight to Kisinau, Moldova, FIA712 are not ahead.
Meanwhile, the Eurowings flight from Cologne Bonn (EW 396) at 11:15 am and the FlyOne flight from Chişină (Moldova, FIA711) at 10.05 pm were also cancelled.
Aer Lingus attributed the recent cancellation to “operational reasons.” This is because we continue to deal with Covid-19 cases among our staff and industrial activities abroad.
Aer Lingus was contacted today to explain the nature of “mystery flight”.
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Hundreds of passengers confused vacation plans, and Aer Lingus canceled 11 flights between Friday and Saturday.
Some Aer Lingus customers will be notified by email about flight changes and will be notified that they will be traveling to a destination selected by another airline.
In an email, Aer Lingus told a customer who was planning to fly within a few days:
“Flight check-in remains at the Aer Lingus check-in desk.”
Privilege Style is a Spanish commercial airline that operates globally, but has nothing to do with Aer Lingus.
“We are confident that the service we receive from our privacy-style pilots and cabin crew will be as high as we expect from our customers,” the company said in an Aer Lingus email. .. The Privilege Style meets all Aer Lingus safety standards. “
Aer Lingus spokesperson said the airline said:
“We may use third-party operators to hire additional capacity to avoid confusion for our customers,” he added.
Passengers on various airlines have also reported lost luggage at Dublin Airport. This includes Air Canada passengers who are still trying to find luggage containing their parents’ ashes.
A Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) spokesman said he was aware of the problem that some of the arriving passengers were facing the return of their baggage, which is controlled by the airline.
“We sympathize with the affected people and regret that these issues are affecting their passenger experience.
“We are in very close contact with both the airline and its ground handling company on these issues. We are currently facing key staff recruitment challenges facing all companies operating in the aviation sector. “
Since Wednesday, July 6, the Defense Forces have been waiting at the airport and will continue to wait for the next six weeks during the busy summer months. Defense Forces staff will only be assigned to the airport if more than 20 security staff are turned off for Covid-19.
However, reports of long queues outside airport security checkpoints and terminal buildings have dropped significantly in recent weeks.
DAA finally confirmed that more than 2.8 million passengers had passed the airport. This was the busiest month before the Covid-19 pandemic began.
Over 12 million passengers have passed the facility in the last 6 months.