Aer Lingus Regional service operator Stobart Air will suspend all of its flights between Ireland and the UK from Saturday March 28 for an indefinite period.
As a result, there will be temporary layoffs at the company, which employs over 400 people.
All of Stobart's services between Ireland and the UK will continue to operate until the end of Tuesday March 24. The company will reduce its services between Ireland and the UK to limited flights between Dublin and Glasgow and Dublin and Edinburgh from Wednesday March 25 until Saturday March 28, when all services between Ireland and the UK will be suspended, as reported by The Irish Independent.
The company will notify affected passengers via e-mail.
Stobart will continue to operate routes between Dublin and Kerry and Dublin and Donegal.
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