Aer Lingus and Ryanair have cancelled all flights from Belfast, Dublin, Shannon and Cork for Friday, March 2. Passengers are advised to check airline websites before travel.
Ryanair has cancelled a number of flights to/from Dublin and all remaining flights from Cork, Shannon and Kerry from today and have advised advised that all flights scheduled to/from Dublin, Cork, Kerry, Knock & Shannon Airports on Friday March 2 have also been cancelled.
All affected customers should by now been notified of their options by email/SMS text message.
Aer Lingus has will cease all Irish operations at 3pm, today (Thursday March 1). All of Friday’s flights from Ireland have been cancelled. A return to full operations is currently planned from early Saturday morning.
Are Lingus spokesperson said: ”Nothing will operate out of Dublin, Cork, Shannon or Belfast tomorrow.”
Inbound flights from the US and Canada will depart as planned on Friday night, however, arriving into Irish airports on Saturday morning.
Dublin Airport remains operational following “blizzard-like conditions, but Aer Lingus plans to cease operations entirely today at 15.00.
Advice from all airports across Northern Ireland and Ireland is to check regularly with your airline or travel agent, monitor weather reports, and allow extra time if travelling to the airports.
Guests who have bookings on Aer Lingus flights from Wednesday February 28 to Friday March 2 who wish to postpone their travel to a later date, within seven days of their original travel date, may also rebook free-of-charge. Contact Aer Lingus or your travel agent for more details.