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The number of passengers stays in Lisbon after canceling the Cork flight


Update at 4:30 PM: Aer Lingus has apologized to the passengers because of flying to Cork forced to spend the night in the airport of Lisbon after its flight was canceled this weekend.

A large number of passengers are still stuck in Lisbon airport after landing at 1:00 in the morning during the first hours of Sunday morning.

Aer Lingus has confirmed that perhaps it is not possible to reprogram the flight until Sunday night.

In a statement, the airline said the flight was canceled for technical reasons.

Although their equipment sought accommodation for interrupted passengers, availability in the Lisbon region was extremely limited.

Those who have reserved their own accommodation will be reimbursed accordingly, the company confirmed.

"Our team continues its efforts throughout the day to achieve a preliminary departure from Lisbon and will notify the guests accordingly."

"We sincerely wish our customers the inconvenience caused, but we want to make sure that our teams do their best to solve the situation as quickly as possible."

The passengers in Cork get stuck after the cancellation of the Lisbon flight

Update at 13:15: A large number of passengers have been stuck in Lisbon after the cancellation of their flight to Cork in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Aer Lingus passengers due to fly to Cork airport at 10:45 p.m. on Saturday night are still waiting at the Lisbon airport after canceling their flight.

You have understood that passengers received the order to land your plane at 1 in the morning on Sunday morning.

You have contacted Aer Lingus for a comment.

On Twitter, the company said that "he was working to get the guests to change their flights again as soon as possible".

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