Flights leaving Dublin airport have been grounded this morning due to strike action taking place in France.
Anyone heading away on an Aer Lingus or Ryanair flight will need to check in with their airline since 70 Ryanair flights across Europe have been cancelled and Aer Lingus has also been forced to cancel five flights in and out of Dublin.
Aer Lingus has issued a warning that if your flight is going over French airspace, there could be major delays, as French air traffic controllers are taking industrial action today.
If your flight has been cancelled or implicated due to this, you can rebook, reschedule or apply for a refund with both airlines.
There are three more strikes planned for next month, as air traffic controllers are protesting against planned government labour reforms.