Aer Lingus cancels all flights out of Dublin hub

“A UK network provider servicing the cloud-based system has experienced a major break in connectivity,” the Dublin-based provider stated in a press release.

The airline later restored its pc system and stated it’s taking steps to carry all its techniques again on-line, including that it “sincerely apologises” to its prospects.

RyanAir, a low price Irish provider, stated it’s providing “rescue fares” of 100 euros for passengers stranded on the Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports. It tweeted footage of the lines at Dublin, displaying a whole bunch of individuals lined up at its kiosks.

Aer Lingus is asking prospects who’re booked on flights that had been canceled to not come to Dublin Airport, and urged them to vary their journey plans at no cost by means of its name middle or on social media.

A journalist in Eire posted a video of ‘1000’s’ of individuals lined up exterior a terminal within the Dublin airport.