Ryanair set to cancel dozens of flights a day

Ryanair set to cancel dozens of flights a day

Ryanair set to cancel dozens of flights a day

Those passengers informed of flight cancellations leading up to September 20 could therefore be eligible. We advise customers to check the email address used to make their booking.

Karen Naughton Brill said her daughter's 21st birthday present of flights to Amsterdam had been "ruined" when they were cancelled with less than 12 hours' notice. "Therefore by cancelling less than 2% of our flying programme over the next six weeks, until our winter schedule starts in early November, we can improve the operational resilience of our schedules and restore punctuality to our annualised target of 90%".

The Irish Sun asked Ryanair whether it would be fairer on passengers to publish a full list in advance. "We look forward to the response from the Commission for Aviation Regulation".

"The rules say if the airline doesn't have a suitable alternative flight, you have to be booked on a rival airline", Simon Calder, travel editor of the Independent, told the BBC. "Ryanair have shown utter disdain on the consumer".

Following initial confusion among passengers on Friday, a Ryanair statement said its decision resulted from a need to "improve its system-wide punctuality which has fallen below 80 per cent in the first two weeks of September".

The cancellations which has caused many commuters to voice their disgust on social media comes in order to accommodate staff leave.

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Dublin flights affected on Saturday included Paris, Barcelona and Madrid, and flights in from Amsterdam and Edinburgh.

This meant that, for the first two weeks of September, more than one in five Ryanair flights either arrived or departed behind schedule. Never book with you again" and "This isn't good enough.

However, customers have rights under legislation called European Passenger Rights if they opt to use them. "Do they know what they're doing??"

The regulator's website stresses that: "It is very important to note that compensation is distinct from and separate to the notion of reimbursement of expenses and/ or the refund of the cost of an unused flight ticket".

"Another angry customer tweeted: "@Ryanair I am beyond annoyed!

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