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Boeing strikes affect Ryanair routes

2nd October 2008 - 01:00 GMT | by The Shephard News Team

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Ryanair has been forced to postpone the operation of new routes from its Dusseldorf (Weeze).

The company has had to cancel 20 return services to/from Dusseldorf (Weeze) which were due to operate on the 27th, 28th and 29th October because of strike action at Boeing.

The company has also had to cancel 25 return flights on 21 routes to/from Birmingham between 24th and 28th October.

Passengers who were due to travel on these cancelled services will receive a full refund from Ryanair.

Michael Cawley, Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer at Ryanair said: "We sincerely apologise to all our passengers for the inconvenience caused by this change to our schedule. I hope passengers understand that it is due to circumstances over which we have no control and I hope to see these passengers onboard one of these exciting new services soon. "
This is the second time, operations have had to be postponed because of the Boeing strike. On September 10, the company announced it was postponing the opening of its Edinburgh base.

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