Ryanair has apologised to customers after cancelling 25 flights to and from Birmingham due to strike action at airplane-maker Boeing.
The budget carrier said the industrial action had delayed the delivery of new aircraft, meaning it could no longer operate some services on 21 routes to and from Birmingham between October 24 and 28.
Announcing that passengers will receive a full refund, a Ryanair spokesman said: "We sincerely regret the forced cancellation of these 25 return services.
"However, we assure passengers that this is a temporary disruption to our schedule and we have secured an aircraft to operate all scheduled services from 29th October. We sincerely apologise to all our passengers for the inconvenience caused by this change to our plans."