Weather warning United Kingdom due to wintry weather
Update 2 March 2018: Many flights from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to the United Kingdom have been canceled. Check your most recent flight details before departure.
The snow causes disruptions at many airports in the United Kingdom. At Gatwick, Heathrow, Stansted, London City, Luton, Manchester, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dublin Airport many flights have been delayed or cancelled. Glasgow Airport is temporarily closed to air traffic until 3 PM.
Due to severe winter weather, a yellow and amber weather warning is in effect in the United Kingdom. The warning is in force in Scotland, Northern Ireland and England. As a result of the heavy snowfall during the past few days, fewer trains travel throughout the United Kingdom and passengers must take into account possible delays. Also the air traffic to all airports in London is affected by the snow. Today, Wednesday 28 February 2018, London Heathrow Airport has already canceled more than 100 flights. London City Airport and Gatwick Airport are advising travellers to check the airline's website before departure and to be prepared for delays and cancellations. In addition to the various airports in London, the flight schedules to and from Glasgow Airport, Newcastle Airport and Dublin Airport are also disrupted. It is expected that the snowfall will continue until Friday 2 March 2018. We advise all travellers from, to and within the United Kingdom to be prepared for travel disruptions. For assistance in (re)booking your ticket, please contact our Travel Consultants. They are available 24×7 and will be happy to assist you.
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