Ryanair Forced To Cancel More Flights As Strike Continues

Ryanair has been forced to cancel more flights today (Wednesday) due to the ongoing strike by air traffic controllers in France.

A total of 26 Ryanair flights were cancelled yesterday, including flights from Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports.

Hundreds of Irish holidaymakers have been left stranded at airports as the six-day strike continues.

Passengers are being advised to expect delays on flights and to check the airline's website for the latest updates.

Flights to other destinations may also be affected.


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