If you're flying out of Ireland this weekend your flight may have been cancelled down to an air traffic controllers strike that's currently taking place.
Yesterday we told you about potential disturbances caused by the industrial action taking place in France, which started at 5.30am this morning and is set to continue until 5.30am on Monday, June 25.
Since then Ryanair has cancelled up to 100 flights while Aer Lingus has stated that 16 of their routes have been affected by the strike, according to Independent.ie.
ATC Update - 23rd June: pic.twitter.com/HjpwSOCCvg
— Ryanair (@Ryanair) June 23, 2018
A French Air Traffic Controller Strike is resulting in some flight disruption this weekend. Please check flight status before departing for the airport and visit our website for full details.
— Aer Lingus (@AerLingus) June 22, 2018
Do you know anyone affected by the disturbance? Let us know in the comments.