Flight Disruption Information

COVID-19: Our latest travel updates


Entry requirements for travel to Ireland

New mandatory hotel quarantine requirements from 26th March: Passengers who have been in a specified "high risk state" in the past 14 days or transited through the airport of a high risk state in the past 14 days (applicable travellers, unless exempt or transiting) must quarantine in a designated quarantine facility. Passengers can book their quarantine package through this website: www.quarantinehotelsireland.ie.

The list of "high risk" states and passengers who may be exempt from quarantine is defined on the government website here:

Note from 4am on the 15th April more countries will be added to the list, including Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Turkey, the USA, Canada and Bermuda.

Further information available from the government website here:

Aer Lingus customers that do not wish to travel can change their flight for free (a fare difference may apply) up to two hours before travel, on every Aer Lingus fare type, including our Saver fare.

Restrictions travelling into Ireland


Entry requirements for travel to other countries

Please ensure you check the relevant travel restrictions and government advisories for the country you are travelling to before you depart for the airport.

This includes new requirements for mandatory negative PCR test results in order to travel to certain countries.

Restrictions travelling out of Ireland


Our operating schedule

We are currently operating a reduced European and North American schedule. You can check the timetable here.

You can check the status of a flight operating within two days here or via the Aer Lingus app.

Check Flight Status


Customers with impacted bookings

We will contact all customers directly if you are booked to travel on any of our impacted services and advise you of your booking options detailed here.

Your Booking Options


EU Regulation 261/2004

You may have further entitlements arising from a flight disruption under EU Regulation 261/2004. Please use the Post Travel Enquiry form to make a claim for compensation or expenses under the regulation if applicable. You can find more information on your rights under the regulation here.