Published: Sun, March 04, 2018
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Ryanair CANCELS all flights from four major United Kingdom airports

Ryanair CANCELS all flights from four major United Kingdom airports

A statement said that, while the airport will be in operation, staffing across their various partners remains a major issue with many employees still unable to get to work.

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

The cancellations come as the Met Office issues another red weather warning as United Kingdom smashed by "blizzard conditions".

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

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Meanwhile, a spokesperson said that "anyone with a cancelled flight can request a full refund, or request to be rebooked onto the next available flight, there will be no charge in this instance".

Electricity went out for a time this morning in hundreds of homes in Dublin.

"Our website will be updated to reflect this information".

What should I do if my flight is delayed?

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

This is flawless if you're stuck because of the snow & the storm.

"Yellow weather warnings remain in place and the safety of our passengers and our staff is our priority".

"We recognise the uncertainty that the bad weather may be causing customers and have therefore introduced a range of flexible rebooking options for customers flying to or from London Heathrow, London Gatwick or London City airports".

The flights that were cancelled today were on top of the over 400 which were cancelled yesterday, in and out of the airport.

The number of flight routes will be reduced from 23 to three, with five being transferred to Edinburgh.

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