Aer Lingus has cancelled six flights between Ireland and New York tomorrow because of Hurricane Sandy.
Flights EI – 104, 105, 108 and 109 between Dublin and New York have been pulled.
While flights EI – 110 and 111 between Shannon and the Big Apple have also been cancelled.
Customers affected by these cancellations are being asked to visit the website, www.aerlingus.com where they will be able to change, free of charge, to another date of travel – or if they wish to cancel their travel plans they can apply for a full refund.
Meanwhile, over 375 thousand people have been ordered to evacuate parts of New York city, as Hurricane Sandy is expected to hit the east coast of America tomorrow night.
New York’s public transport system is being closed this evening – and the New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has ordered people to leave low-lying areas where high tides will be particularly dangerous.