Flights cancelled or delayed due to heavy snow

More than a dozen flights in and out of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport have been cancelled because of a winter storm hitting the East Coast

More than a dozen flights in and out of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport have been cancelled because of a winter storm hitting the East Coast

Ryanair has cancelled all flights from the airport for the day.

Manchester Airport is also reporting a number of flight cancellations and delays.

Airport management have advised all intending passengers to check with their airlines before heading to the airport today.

Ryanair have said all flights to and from East Midlands, Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are cancelled today.

Airlines have been keeping passengers updated through social media, but the developing conditions saw some passengers disappointed yesterday at Dublin Airport, having arrived for their flight only to see it cancelled.

A statement from Heathrow Airport says: "Extreme wintry conditions are expected across the United Kingdom and Europe today".

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Most flights are now expected to depart, however many flights to Dublin and Cork are showing as cancelled on the airport's website.

In the UK, London City airport has been badly hit with some flights diverted to London Gatwick, Southampton and Birmingham and a flight from Luxembourg returned to its departure airport.

On Delta, travelers set to fly through March 2 through Amsterdam, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and the United Kingdom can rebook through March 9, with the new ticket to be reissued on or before March 7. Customers who are scheduled to travel through those airports through Friday can rebook through March 21, subject to availability.

Glasgow Airport released a statement which reads: "Following heavy snow showers overnight and with a red alert still in place we will be extending the closure of the airport until 3pm on Thursday".

Meanwhile, Dublin Bus says its operating a limited service and has warned passengers they face significant disruption.

Customers on Ryanair can check the status of their flight here.

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