PASSENGERS hoping to travel between Ireland and Britain could be facing travel chaos as flights have been axed throughout the day.
Adverse weather conditions and snowfall has lead to many flight cancellations between Ireland, Britain and northern Europe.
British Airways said flights will be disrupted today due to crew and aircraft being out of position following yesterday's weather, while Aer Lingus said a number of flights had been cancelled because of weather conditions across Britain and northern Europe.
Some flights will be disrupted today due to crew and aircraft being out of position following yesterday's weather. Please check your flight status on https://t.co/2Ty8CEO0Dq ahead of travelling to the airport.
— British Airways (@British_Airways) December 11, 2017
Both airlines advised passengers to check their flight status before travelling to the airport.
A number of flights to/from Britain and Northern Europe have been cancelled as a result of weather conditions. Please check flight status before travelling to the airport - on our app or at https://t.co/0NhKl9BCz7
— Aer Lingus (@AerLingus) December 10, 2017
Ryanair have not reported any cancelled flights between Ireland and Britain today.
So far today, several flights between London Heathrow Airport and Dublin, Cork and Belfast have been cancelled.
The inbound and outbound British Airways and Aer Lingus flights to and from Heathrow affected so far include:
BA0832 6.25 to Dublin from Heathrow
BA1431 7.10 from Belfast City to Heathrow
BA0830 8.20 to Dublin from Heathrow
BA1423 8.35 from Belfast City to Heathrow
BA0833 8.45 from Dublin to Heathrow
BA1423 10.00 Belfast City to Heathrow
BA0845 10.30 from Dublin to Heathrow
BA0834 10.35 to Dublin from Heathrow
EI158 11.20 to Heathrow from Dublin
BA0835 13.00 from Dublin to Heathrow
BA1417 1505 from Belfast City to Heathrow
EI722 1600 from Cork to Heathrow
16.30 flight from Heathrow AL
BA0838 16.55 from Heathrow to Dublin
BA0839 1910 from Dublin to Heathrow
EI723 1925 from Heathrow to Cork