Ryanair passengers across the UK are on tenter hooks as they await news of whether their flight will be disrupted by the industrial action of the carrier’s British pilots.
The low-cost airline was able to head off a walkout by its Irish pilots, but members of the British Airline Pilots Association (Balpa) are conducting a two-day strike on Thursday and Friday. Another action is planned for September 2-4, too.
Ryanair has told customers that all flights are due to operate as scheduled and that any passengers affected will receive an email and text message with the details. It said, however, some delays or “flight changes” are possible, but that passengers should arrive at their departure airport as normal.