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Ireland: today flights at risk due to strong winds on airports

Passage of a first storm. A second one is scheduled for Sunday

Ireland's four major airports expect the storm "Ali" will have a heavy impact on planes taking off and landing today, as the predicted winds are very strong and the alert level is "orange", providing gusts at over 130 km/h. Until 5:00 pm attention will remain on the airports of Dublin, Cork, Shannon and Kerry, which have already seen some flights cancelled from this morning to guarantee the safety...

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