Stranded Glasgow Airport passengers given Red Cross bedding

Stranded Glasgow Airport passengers given Red Cross bedding

Stranded Glasgow Airport passengers given Red Cross bedding

Bilbao airport in northern Spain has seen dozens of cancellations after the runway was close. Flight operations will NOT resume until Saturday morning, meaning there will be no flights to or from Dublin Airport tomorrow.

Some of the affected passengers were left stranded at the airport following flight cancellations yesterday, the withdrawal of public bus services in the city, and the inability of taxis to reach the airport given the treacherous road conditions.

Aer Lingus Regional cancelled its early morning flights from Cork to Bristol, Edinburgh, Southampton and Manchester.

Flights from Newcastle, Kirkwall, Durham and Heathrow have already been cancelled this morning.

Bristol Airport remains open but snow across Europe and the United Kingdom has caused disruption to a number of flights at Bristol Airport.

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


For up-to-date information, visit http://www.manchesterairport.co.uk/flight-informationThe airport‏ tweeted earlier: "Please allow plenty of time for your journey to the airport due to potential issues with the rail networks".

On Delta, travelers set to fly through March 2 through Amsterdam, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and the United Kingdom can rebook through March 9, with the new ticket to be reissued on or before March 7.

British Airways warns that it is expecting adverse weather conditions through Friday.

Our teams have been clearing snow throughout the night and as a result Heathrow's runways are open and fully operational. Customers who are scheduled to travel through those airports through Friday can rebook through March 21, subject to availability.

All Aer Lingus and Ryanair flights will be grounded this afternoon.

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