Aer Lingus apologises as customers unable to download boarding passes

first_img 40 Comments Short URL By Cormac Fitzgerald Aug 26th 2019, 11:15 AM https://jrnl.ie/4782352 Monday 26 Aug 2019, 11:15 AM Image: Shutterstock/Fasttailwind Web and mobile check-in is still available, should you encounter problems retrieving your boarding passes, these will be available at the check-in desk at the airport.It apologised to passengers “for the inconvenience caused”.center_img 24,811 Views Share4 Tweet Email2 Aer Lingus apologises as customers unable to download boarding passes The airline said it was a technical issue. AER LINGUS HAS apologised to customers after boarding passes failed to download due to problems on its website. Passengers vented their frustration online yesterday after they were unable to download their boarding passes or check in online. Aer Lingus responded to customer complaints, telling them they would have to check in at the airport instead while they resolved the issue. “We are currently experiencing some intermittent problems issuing printed and mobile boarding passes,” the airline said on its website.  Image: Shutterstock/Fasttailwind Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

The AlleyWatch Startup Daily Funding Report 5152019

first_img Tagged With: Feather, Hillhouse Capital Group, Jay Reno, JetTrack, John Casano, Karim Mawji, Paragon Intel, Ronnie Mateo, Trumid Financial, Ty Popplewel Trumid Financial $60M Y Comb graudate Feather, the furniture subscription service, has raised $12.5M in Series A funding. Founded by Jay Reno in 2017, Feather has now raised a total of $16M in reported equity funding. We have an exclusive interview with Reno – Feather’s Series A round. The latest venture capital, seed, and angel deals for NYC startups for 5/15/2019 featuring funding details for Feather, Trumid Financial, and much more. This page will be updated throughout the day to reflect any new fundings.PREVIOUS POSTNEXT POST Feather $12.5M – Series A Indeed Prime Join for free today! One application many tech opportunities. Indeed Prime helps tech job seekers by reducing the amount of time it takes to job search. Our easy to use tool only requires one application to apply to multiple jobs. Save time and let us do the heavy lifting for you by matching you with top tech companies. Join for free today! 219SHARESFacebookTwitterLinkedincenter_img Paragon Intel, the due diligence platform specifically focused on information on executives based on non-public and public sources, has raised $1.1M in equity funding according to a recent SEC filing. The filing indicates that the total offering is for $2M and that there were eighteen participants in this close. Founded originally at JetTrack in 2017, which monitored corporate jet movements to predict corporate transactions, Paragon Intel previously raised $1.8M in debt in 2017. The company is founded by Karim Mawji and John Casano and led by Ty Popplewell. Paragon Intel $1.1M Trumid Financial, credit trading platform, has raised $60M in funding from Hillhouse Capital Group. Founded by Ronnie Mateo in 2014, Trumid Financial has now raised a total of $202.3M in reported equity funding. Zendesk CX Showcase Sign up for free today! Zendesk is bringing more than 1,000 industry leaders together for a full day of everything CX on May 22 in NYC. REGISTER NOW FOR FREE! The AlleyWatch Startup Daily Funding Report: 5/15/2019 by AlleyWatch last_img read more