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Low-cost airline introduces replacement flights

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair has allocated replacement flights for more than half of the customers whose trips were cancelled late last week, News24 says.

The airline has cancelled 2,100 flights to the end of October as it struggles with landing planes on time amid a reported shortage of pilots.

All 315,000 affected customers were emailed by Ryanair on Monday to advise them of flight changes, alternative flights, refunds and EU flight compensation law.

Just over 175,000 of those passengers will due to be re-allocated different flights by the close of business yesterday.
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