Ryanair CANCELS all flights from four major United Kingdom airports

Ryanair CANCELS all flights from four major United Kingdom airports

Flybe has also cancelled all flight at Dublin and Knock.

Any passengers whose flights have been cancelled should not come to the airport.

"Passenger safety is our priority and we will be reviewing the situation as weather the events unfold".

Dublin airport will remain closed until at least Saturday morning, as a result of the continuing adverse weather conditions across the United Kingdom and Ireland.

London's Heathrow airport has been the worst hit by the snow, with around 200 flights having been proactively cancelled in order to keep the remaining 1,000-plus departures and arrivals on time.

All affected customers have been notified of their options by email / SMS text message.
We have flown 31% of our schedule today.

Thousands of flights have been cancelled across Europe this week due to the extreme wintry conditions and the disruption is set to continue over the next few days. "We recommend customers check the status of their flight at before making their way to the airport".

Shannon handled 20 flight diversions alone from Dublin and Cork Airports starting from 04.20 on Wednesday morning until midnight.

Many passengers hoping to fly with the airline have been disappointed to discovered their plans have been disrupted by the weather.

In response to the storm, the airline has cancelled all flights to and from Bristol, Edinburgh, and Glasgow for the rest of today, 2 March.

Hotels at the airport are booked out and many people, including staff, passengers who arrived early for departing flights and passengers who could not travel to their final destinations after arriving on flights into Cork, have been forced to spend the night at the airport.