Flights cancelled or delayed due to heavy snow

London City is working to minimise disruption

London City is working to minimise disruption

Though the weather warnings around Scotland have been downgraded, the airport is still reporting a number of delays and some cancellations due to "the growing weather disruptions around Europe".

Aer lingus flights will begin to wind down from three o'clock this afternoon, with other airlines following at 4pm.

"We recommend customers check the status of their flight at before making their way to the airport".

Sixty easyJet flights to and from Bristol airport have been cancelled as severe weather moves southwest, grounding around 10,000 passengers - many of them at overseas airports.

A statement read: "Today remains challenging and there will be disruption".

"De-icing of aircraft and snow clearing is now taking place".

Cork Airport is working to clear runways, taxiways and roadways. Flight operations will NOT resume until Saturday morning, meaning there will be no flights to or from Dublin Airport tomorrow.

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Ryanair has announced that it is now planning for a return to full operations, in all Irish airports, this Saturday, 3 March.

Many UK and Ireland flights have also been cancelled from London City Airport.

Most of the UK's major airports are operational, with a post on the Edinburgh airport website last night advising that it "will be open for those airlines that wish to operate tomorrow".

Further flights have been cancelled today, 2 March. The airline will provide further updates on flights as soon as they come in.

Good news for anyone travelling with the airline over the weekend.


Management at Cork Airport is urging passengers to contact their airlines before leaving for the airport.

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