Dublin Airport Suspending ALL Flights Until Saturday

Randall Padilla
March 4, 2018

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.

Passengers on both of the planes filmed undoubtedly experienced a rocky ride as they landed at Manchester Airport in the midst of the huge storm.

Ryanair, Virgin Atlantic and easyJet have also cancelled flights with the disruption showing no signs of slowing soon.

Meanwhile, Dublin Airport, Shannon Airport, Cork Airport and Ireland West Airport in Knock are all planning on resuming services early on Saturday morning, but are urging passengers to check with their respective airlines before travelling to the airport.

"All affected customers have already been notified of their options by email and SMS text message and should avoid traveling to the airport".

A Manchester Airport spokesman said: 'We're continuing to monitor the adverse weather here at the airport.

There was good news for holidaymakers today as he nations biggest low cost airliner Ryanair announced that they plan to operate all of its flights out of the country's airports in Saturday.

British Airways have released a statement and said: "We are sorry that the weather is likely to lead to some delays and disruption to our schedules".

Several Aer Lingus regional flights scheduled for tomorrow between Cork and the United Kingdom have already been cancelled.

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

Further flights have been cancelled today, 2 March.

'Passengers are advised to check the status of their flight with their airline.

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