Ireland: Cabin crew strike may cost Aer Lingus up to $13.5 millionReprints
Up to 1,000 passengers of Aer Lingus Group P.L.C. are facing major disruptions as cabin crews picket Ireland's main airports in a dispute over cabin crew scheduling, The Irish Independent reported.
The 24-hour work stoppage will ground flights and may cost the company around €10 million ($13.6 million). Several passengers have received refunds or rebooked to travel some other day.