Ryanair issues flight warning to British tourists over ‘disruption’ | Travel News | Travel



Ryanair has issued a flight warning to British tourists over potential “disruption” on flights to and from the UK.

A spokesperson said: “Potential disruptions to/from the UK on Sunday December 10, due to high winds.

“Affected passengers will be notified and any passengers travelling to/from the UK on Sunday December 10 should check their Ryanair app for the latest update on their flight.

“We regret any inconvenience caused to passengers by these weather conditions which are outside of Ryanair’s control and affect all airlines operating to and from Ireland on Sunday December 10.”

Ryanair said that passengers should check the airline’s app for updates on their flight.

The Met Office warned that the weather would be “windy with gales” on Sunday in some parts of Britain.

It said: “Unsettled with further wet and windy weather. Rain moves in from the west becoming heavy particularly across England and Wales.

“Clearing eastwards leaving sunny spells in the south by the afternoon. Winds increase in the south, gales along western coasts.”

British tourists travelling on Ryanair are advised to check the status of their flight before going to the airport.

If a flight is cancelled, the airline should provide passengers with the option of an alternative flight if one is available.

Passengers can find updates on the Ryanair app or website and can contact the airline if they have questions.

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