The trade union representing Aer Lingus (EI) cabin crew are planning a 24hr industrial action on Friday 30 May.
If the strike goes ahead it has the potential to disrupt Aer Lingus
operated flights to and from Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports.
The following services are expected to operate as normal on 30 May:
- All Aer Lingus flights to and from London Gatwick
- All Aer Lingus flights to and from Belfast City
- Flight EI108 New York to Dublin
- Flight EI124 Chicago to Dublin
- All Aer Lingus Regional flights
Please note that British Airways services to/from Ireland will not be affected.
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