Aer Lingus says at least 21 of its flights into and out of Dublin Airport have now been cancelled today.
They include 9 return services, with staff absences again mostly to blame with one caused by industrial action in France.
British Airways, and one Air Portugal flight has also been cancelled.
It comes as airports and airlines across the continent deal with staff shortages.
Several passengers have taken to Twitter to voice their frustration.
A 5 hour wait in the airport for a 50 minute flight initially; and now when I’m trying to get home, TWO flights cancelled. One by over 24 hours, the other by over THREE days !?! My anxiety is through the roof @AerLingus let me go home please 🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺
— Mahr (@mahrsbar) July 1, 2022
@AerLingus my flight just got cancelled for tomorrow and was not given an alternative flight. I need to make it to start my new job. Been on hold for 2 hours. Please help.
— Jenny Wright (@JennyWr69493210) July 1, 2022
Here @AerLingus, cancelling flights is one thing when unavoidable but then directing customers to a line that isn’t answered? @EamonRyan this is a total disgrace someone needs a sacking, I’d tag Susanne Carberry or Lynne Embleton but somewhat ironically they are unreachable too. pic.twitter.com/RDZEJdWJ0K
— leadersandlunatics (@leaderslunatics) July 1, 2022