Dublin airport closed until Saturday

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The UK has skidded to a halt after freezing temperatures and snow have swept across the country since Monday.

At other London airports, Gatwick and Luton, budget airline operator easyJet has cancelled dozens of arrivals and departures, while British Airways has cancelled around 150 flights.

Flights at Dublin aiport have been suspended and the Airport also won't open tomorrow.

Flight operations will NOT resume until Saturday morning, meaning there will be no flights to or from Dublin Airport tomorrow. We have a 24 hour team in place at airport to minimise the severe weather conditions expected later today from Storm Emma.

All affected customers have been notified of their options by email / SMS text message.

Aer Lingus has cancelled all flights scheduled to arrive or depart from Dublin, Shannon, Cork and Belfast today.

Both flights were lucky to not have been cancelled as dozens across the United Kingdom were halted due to snowy or icy conditions and high wind speeds.

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Looking ahead at the service over the weekend a statement announced: "Ryanair now plans for a return to full operations on Saturday, 3 March while remaining in close contact with the airports and the relevant authorities".

As weather conditions continue to worsen, Virgin Atlantic have not survived the "Beast from the East".

Flybe has cancelled all flights at Cardiff today and at Exeter until 6.30am tomorrow.

The risky flying conditions have also caused the popular budget airline easyJet to cancel further flights.

"We strongly advise passengers intending to fly from, or travel to, Shannon Airport on Saturday to contact their relevant airline or check their website before travelling".

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.