Thomas Cook - Major UK airport update - 22 December
Wednesday 22, December 2010
Heathrow is operating a reduced flight schedule today whilst aircraft and crews move back into position. It is extremely important that you do not travel to the airport unless you have confirmed your booking with your airline and your flight is showing as 'scheduled' in the live flight information board.
Gatwick's runway is open and operations are returning to normal. Knock-on delays and cancellations are likely throughout the day.
Birmingham airport is open but extremely busy. There are some delays and disruption to normal services.
Stansted is open and operating as normal.
Newcastle is open though flights are subject to delays.
Aberdeen is currently experiencing cancellations and delays.
Edinburgh is open though flights are subject to delays and/or cancellations.
Glasgow is open and the runway is clear. Most flights are operating, however some airlines are experiencing cancellations or delays due to snow at other airports.
Manchester is open.
Belfast City runway remains open but flights subject to cancellations and delays.
Dublin is ready for flight operations however Passengers are advised to consult with the airline or airline's website BEFORE travelling Airport today.
East Midlands closed while they clear the runway.
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