Ryanair plans return to full operations in all Irish airports on Saturday

Ryanair plans return to full operations in all Irish airports on Saturday

And Aer Lingus said there will also be disruptions to flights at Dublin Airport.

British Airways has suffered the most with over 300 flights being cancelled since Monday.

"Based on the latest weather warnings in place for Ireland until Saturday morning, Ryanair expects some further disruptions tomorrow morning and has had to cancel a number of flights to/from Dublin airport".

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

Airlines suspending flight operations @DublinAirport from 3-4pm today due to impact of #StormEmma. We have flown 31% of our schedule today.

Yesterday (1 March) the airline was forced to cancel 40 flights due to Storm Emma's unsafe conditions.

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"We expect the weather conditions to remain hard in the days ahead, so if~you have some flexibility in when you can travel, we would strongly encourage you to take advantage of these extra options", said BA. "We recommend customers check the status of their flight at before making their way to the airport".

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

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

"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".

It is important that passengers only travel to the airport if their airline confirms their flight is flying.