Aer Lingus: Flights resume after 24-hour strike
Aer Lingus flights in the Republic of Ireland are returning to normal after a 24-hour strike by cabin staff.
About 200 flights were affected by Friday's industrial action, which was estimated to have cost the company about 10m euro (£8.1m).
Cabin crew took part in the one-day stoppage because of a dispute with the airline over work rosters and picketed Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports.
The strike did not affect Aer Lingus flights in Northern Ireland.