Airports Battle through November Snow

Edinburgh Airport Reopens However Delays Expected

After severe snow forced its closure, Edinburgh Airport has announced this morning that it has partially reopened its runway. Many flights are still disrupted however passengers are advised to contact their airline before setting off to the airport. The snow has so far caused major disruption to transport services across the country with other airports having to close their runways. Glasgow airport has also reopened, yesterday six flights were cancelled and others were subject to significant delays. Aberdeen airport is currently open however a spokesperson for the airport has warned that there may be possible disruption later in the day. Scotland has been hit the hardest by the current weather conditions with train services also heavily disrupted, the current train service between Glasgow and Edinburgh has been reduced to twice an hour. Passengers that are looking travel over the next few days are being warned to allow extra time for their journey.

Other airports across the country have been suffering from similar disruptions. Newcastle Airport has released a statement on its website to warn passengers that although the airport is open, the snowfall has resulted in severe delays. All passengers due to travel from Newcastle are being asked to arrive earlier and to be prepared for changed to scheduled arrival and departure times. Birmingham airport has announced a series of cancellations along with Luton and Jersey. So far all London airports are running on a normal service with all flights fully operational.

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