Ryanair to cash in on Aer Lingus strike

Ryanair will carry record numbers of passengers over the June bank holiday weekend, as it cashes in on the planned Aer Lingus strike, set for Friday, May 30.

27th May, 2014
Ryanair will carry over 1.1 million passengers over the June Bank Holiday weekend

Ryanair will carry record numbers of passengers over the June bank holiday weekend, as it cashes in on the planned Aer Lingus strike, set for Friday, May 30.

The low-cost airline has confirmed that more than 720 of over 1,500 additional seats released to assist passengers disrupted by the Aer Lingus cabin crew strike have been sold in the last 24 hours.

Seats have been made available on all three routes from Dublin to London and seven other UK...

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