Flights cancelled or delayed due to heavy snow

Norwegian Air to double flights between Stewart Airport and Dublin

Norwegian Air to double flights between Stewart Airport and Dublin

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

Glasgow Airport advised passengers over Twitter: "Our teams have worked tirelessly to overcome what has been the worst snowfall in our history".

Around 11:30 a.m., approximately 20% of Friday's arriving and departing flights were canceled. "Please check the status of your flight with your airline before travelling to the airport".

Up to 200 stranded passengers stayed the night in Cork Airport last night, writes Eoin English.

British Airways have released a statement and said: "We are sorry that the weather is likely to lead to some delays and disruption to our schedules". It was expecting to have departures up to nearly 9pm.

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Flight operations will NOT resume until Saturday morning, meaning there will be no flights to or from Dublin Airport tomorrow.

Airlines suspending flight operations @DublinAirport from 3-4pm today due to impact of #StormEmma.

Glasgow Prestwick Airport said it has been "completely operational" all week, despite the conditions brought on by the so-called "beast from the east" weather front.

Additional cancellations are expected as New Jersey the winter weather intensifies throughout the day and those with travel plans are being encouraged to check for cancellations throughout the day.

Chris Woodroofe, chief operating officer at London Gatwick Airport, commented, "Achievements like this only happen because of the collective efforts and dedication that people working at the airport - not just Gatwick staff - put in 24 hours a day, every day".

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