Ryanair has just cancelled all flights in and out of Dublin Airport
Bad news if you'd planned to get away from the snow.
Ryanair has just announced that it has suspended all flights in and out of Dublin Airport.
All flights for the rest of the day have been cancelled, it said.
The onset of heavy snow and ice on runways and treacherous flying conditions have forced the airline to make the decision.
All customers who are affected by the cancellation will be notified of their options via an email or text, Ryanair said.
All flights to/from Dublin Airport have been cancelled for the remainder of the day, 28th Feb 2018. All affected customers will be notified of their options by email / SMS text message. pic.twitter.com/DaPqqRtKKY
— Ryanair (@Ryanair) February 28, 2018
The airport itself appears to be operational, though many flights have been cancelled.
Passengers are told to check with their airline.
It's also advised that anyone whose travel plans have been disrupted by the weather will not be charged for the extra car parking hours.
Things look similarly bleak at Cork Airport where a number of flights have been cancelled.
Again, it's best to check with your individual carrier for updates.
A number of @AerLingus flights have been cancelled today @CorkAirport due to weather. Further cancellations & delays are possible. Please check flight status before departing for the airport. You can review your options with @AerLingus at https://t.co/pEAPJdlX7D pic.twitter.com/Di6ZRBHSTi
— Cork Airport (@CorkAirport) February 28, 2018