IRELAND West Airport has announced it expects to operate a full schedule tomorrow despite the planned strike by Ryanair pilots.
However, all passengers are advised to check with Ryanair for the latest information.
“If there is disruption to your flight you will be contacted directly by Ryanair. Otherwise passengers traveling are advised to check in as normal,” the airport stated on its website.
Talks between Ryanair management and unions broke up this evening after the parties failed to reach an agreement.
The airline has cancelled 30 of its 290 scheduled high-frequency flights between Ireland and the UK.