Dublin airport closed until Saturday

Dublin airport closed until Saturday

Passengers have been reminded that those passengers that have had flights cancelled or heavily delayed are not entitled to cash compensation from their airline, but says that the airline has a duty to provide accommodation and food to travellers.

She said in addition to the cancellations, some airlines have adjusted their schedules.

Aer Lingus has confirmed that all flights in and out of Ireland after 3pm today are cancelled until Saturday.

They have apologised to all customers affected but say "the safety of our passengers and crew remains our number one priority at all times".

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The airport tweeted from its official Twitter page this afternoon.

Dublin airport will remain closed until at least Saturday morning, as a result of the continuing adverse weather conditions across the United Kingdom and Ireland.

More than 200 flights, mainly short-haul services, have been cancelled at Heathrow while about 50 of Gatwick's departures were also axed.

This comes after Ryanair cancelled all of their flights in and out of the country yesterday.

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She said some of the food outlets will remain open in the Airport, for those forced to wait.

Stormy and snowy weather conditions have caused more than 360 flights to be cancelled across the country from a range of airlines including British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Lufthansa.

But the airport warns that the situation "is likely to remain challenging and there will be disruption". We have a 24 hour team in place at airport to minimise the severe weather conditions expected later today from Storm Emma.

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