Passengers for post-October Aer Arann flights to get refunds

Aer Arann Regional flights between Galway Airport and London Southend, London Luton, Manchester, Edinburgh, and Waterford have been suspended.

On Wednesday Aer Arann announced that it was suspending its services at Galway Airport for the winter season with effect from October 31.

The airline will operate a normal Galway schedule up to and including October 31 and passengers with confirmed booking for flights after these dates will be contacted directly by Aer Arann about their travel options.

In a statement, the airline said booked passengers on all routes will be offered a full refund. However passengers on the Manchester and Edinburgh routes will have a rebooking option, instead of a refund, on Aer Lingus regional flights operated by Aer Arann from other airports.

Passengers booked on flights between Galway and Manchester will have the option to travel instead via Shannon. Passengers for flights between Galway and Edinburgh will have the option to travel instead via Shannon or Dublin

The airline said that “in the months ahead” it intends to work with Galway Airport to put in place a strategy “for the relaunch of services from Galway” in April.



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