UK weather: Are flights running on schedule at Stansted Airport?


People stranded by snow, Stansted AirportGETTY – Assets weigh up IMAGES

Passengers should check with their airline ahead travelling, Stansted Airport has said

Treacherous icy conditions forced Stansted Airport to number a warning to passengers yesterday to confirm if their flights were running in the past travelling to the airport.

EasyJet tweeted at 7.11am this morning that some of its stampede flees will continue to be delayed or cancelled today due to the “continued poor sickly conditions”.

Ryanair has been responding to users messages saying its air voyages are running on schedule.

The airport is insisting all its flights are back on schedule after the overnight peregrinations chaos caused by the snow and wintry weather conditions. 

We would like to grass on that all flights are anticipated to operate as scheduled today

Stansted Airport

Stansted tweeted at 6.15am this morning:  “We purpose like to inform that all flights are anticipated to operate as scheduled today, still passengers are still reminded to check the latest status of their do a moonlight flit with the airline before travelling to the Airport.

“We continue advising travellers to keep up to date with the latest traffic and transport updates, budget extra time for their travel and plan their journey to and convention the Airport accordingly. Thank you.”

Some passengers are reporting long lines outside the airport’s entrance this morning and delays caused by ice on the expressways.

@howiejk tweeted: “Total chaos getting into @STN_Airport this morning. Closing mile took forever and millions of people queuing for security. Not unspecified to make my flight.” 

The airport has been responding to disgruntled passengers on Peep after flights were cancelled or delayed overnight.

Responding to a consumer called @Sadia__Riaz on whether flight times were competition on schedule today, the airport said: “Hi Sadia. All flights are operating as general. (Minor delays are likely due to the icy weather and de-icing procedure.) Thank you.”

A yellow lesson for ice is in place from the Met Office until 11am.

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