Financial | Aer Lingus has canceled several flights due to a computer glitch

Financial |  Aer Lingus has canceled several flights due to a computer glitch

La Provence (with AFP)

In a statement, Irish airline Aer Lingus was forced to cancel all flights from Dublin to Europe and the UK on Saturday afternoon, as well as some flights from Europe due to a computer glitch.

Due to a major incident with a network operator, our cloud-based check-in, boarding and website systems are currently inaccessible“, the company explained.”Unfortunately, this is causing major disruption to Aer Lingus services today (Saturday). As a result, all our scheduled flights from Dublin Airport to destinations in Europe and the UK will be canceled from 2pm today (Saturday).“, she added, adding that she did not know at this stage how long the outage would last.

A little later, the company said it had also canceled flights scheduled after 2pm from Europe to Dublin, except for those from Portugal and Spain, although the latter were expected to be delayed.

Photos posted on social network Twitter show long queues at Dublin Airport, while the company “Apologies to all customers“These cancellations have affected

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