The 7.30am Aer Lingus flight operated by Stobary Air from Kerry to Dublin was cancelled this morning due to high winds in Dublin Airport.
However, at this point in time, Kerry Airport says it expects the remainder of the day’s flights to operate as scheduled.
Passengers on this morning’s flight were offered a refund or a free transfer to a later flight in accordance with EU regulations.
Those who were due to travel on from Dublin Airport were accommodated by their airline.
There are two remaining flights today from Kerry Airport: Kerry to Dublin at 13.20 (1.20pm) and Kerry to London’s Luton Airport at 18.15 (6.15pm).
As of now, Kerry Airport says these flights are expected to operate on time.
Passengers can contact Kerry Airport directly on 066-9764644 or they should contact their airline directly.