Ryanair is cancelling another 18,000 flights between this November and March next year.
It's expected to affect nearly 400,000 passengers and follows the almost 2,000 flights which have been cancelled to the end of October.
The airline said that it has emailed all of the customers affected, and is offering them a choice between a refund or an alternative flight.
It doesn't look like flights from Dublin will be affected by these new cancellations.
The cancellations are to deal with the airline's rostering mess in organising staff leave.
Ryanair is taking 25 planes out of action from November, meaning 34 routes will be suspended.
It doesn't look like that'll be the end of it, as 10 planes will be taken out of service into summer next year.