Aer Lingus and Ryanair cancel flights due to industrial action by French air traffic controllers
The airlines, Aer Lingus and Ryanair, have cancelled a number of flights on Thursday due to industrial action by French air traffic controllers.
The Irish state broadcaster RTÉ reports that Ryanair has cancelled several flights to, from or over France.
It has apologised for any inconvenience.
Five Aer Lingus flights departing from Dublin and five inward flights have been cancelled.
It says passengers who have bookings on the cancelled flights are asked to visit its website, where they can reschedule or request a full refund.
Customers can also rebook their flights or apply for a refund on the Ryanair website.