Ryanair plans return to full operations in all Irish airports on Saturday

Ryanair plans return to full operations in all Irish airports on Saturday

"As this situation is very fluid, it is important that passengers check with their airline regarding their flight details before travelling to the airport".

British Airways has suffered the most with over 300 flights being cancelled since Monday.

Passengers are being warned that further flights could be cancelled as the weather continues to affect the UK.

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

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

Aer Lingus had planned to return to full operations in the morning but have now had to cancel over 50 flights.

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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.

The cold snap, also called Storm Emma, has caused the UK Met Office to raise the weather warning for certain areas of the country to a Red Warning - a rare level for the UK. @AerLingus & @Ryanair resuming flights on SAT am.

Flybe has cancelled all flights at Cardiff today and at Exeter until 6.30am tomorrow.

Glasgow says that a large number of flights have been cancelled for today, and advises customers not to travel to the airport until they have checked their flight status with the relevant airline.

Edinburgh Airport is open for business as usual this morning but passengers are being advised to check ahead of time to ensure their flight hasn't been cancelled or delayed.

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