Storm Emma Update – Check with Airlines Before Travelling to Airport

Sub-zero temperatures, icy winds and blizzard-like conditions led to travel chaos yesterday as Storm Emma swept across the Province on the tail of the Beast From The East's chilly blast

Travellers were hit in the air, on the rails and roads with some flights in and out of Belfast City, Belfast International and City of Derry cancelled, while all flights in and out of Dublin have been cancelled (Dublin Airport will remain closed until tomorrow – Saturday March 3).

Trains were cancelled, coach services to the airports disrupted and road conditions are still making it difficult to get to and from the airports.

A yellow weather warning from the Met Office is in place across the Province and will last until Saturday night, with up to 10cm of snow expected to fall before then which, could potentially turn to treacherous ice.

Belfast International Airport: We are open and operational. Some flights have been cancelled due to severe wether elsewhere. If you are due to travel today please contact your airline for latest flight information.

Belfast City Airport: Whilst Belfast City Airport remains open and fully operational snowy conditions across the UK have resulted in a number of cancellations for Friday March 2. Further cancellations confirmed by Flyby today from Belfast City Airport. It is essential that you contact your airline before travelling to the airport today.

Dublin Airport: We’re planning for airlines to resume services early tomorrow morning. Please check with your airline before coming to the airport. Dublin Airport continue to update their twitter feed with the latest travel information.