Aer Lingus restores IT system after cancelling 51 flights

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Aer Lingus stated it had actually solved an IT issue that led it to cancel 51 flights in between Dublin airport and other European locations on Saturday as check-in and boarding was interfered with.

The Irish provider, owned by London- noted IAG, stated “a major incident with a network provider” indicated it might not access its cloud-based systems, leaving numerous travelers stranded outside the nation’s primary airport.

“Aer Lingus sincerely apologises to customers for the severe disruption caused today,” it stated in a declaration, including its operations for Sunday were prepared to run as typical.

The airline company stated it ran all of its transatlantic services from Dublin with hold-ups and lowered guest numbers in some circumstances due to security constraints as an outcome of the systems interruption.

Dublin airport earlier flagged the IT problems dealing with Aer Lingus, stating other airline companies were not affected.

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