A second day of strike action by Dublin-based Ryanair pilots will take place tomorrow, but will not impact on any flights into or out of Ireland West Airport Knock.
Talks between Ryanair management and unions took place yesterday, but there was no breakthrough, and a total of 24 flights between Ireland and the UK have been cancelled tomorrow.
A spokesman for Knock Airport says the cancellations will not impact on their schedule.
Meanwhile, 600 European flights will be grounded next week due to cabin crew strikes at Ryanair.
300 flights will be cancelled next Wednesday and another 300 on Thursday as cabin crew mount pickets in Spain, Portugal and Belgium.
At this point, there is no indication of any disruption to flights in and out of Ireland West Airport Knock.
A spokesman says any passengers affected by cancellations will be informed by text or email.
Passengers who are not contacted by Ryanair should check-in as usual for their flight.