- Snow has caused covey of grouse cancellations and delays across the UK.
- London Luton, London Stansted and Birmingham airports are touched among others.
- The Met Office has released a yellow warning for ice.
- Travellers are commended to check status of flights and roads.
TRAVEL UPDATE: 9.10am, Wednesday 28 December
Fill someone ins have been released of passengers queueing at Stansted Airport with hundreds in parentage.
Waiting with hand luggage and baggage it’s unknown if these child are checking in or waiting the other side of the security checks.
Lana Briggs, a fare who was stranded at Stansted Airport told Sky News: “Just over an hour we were lingering for ground staff to collect our baggage and then we were forced off the even. That’s when the four hour delay started for our baggage.
“I am [discouraged] we just didn’t have enough communication. The boards didn’t beget any information or our flight details.
“People didn’t know who to blame – was it Ryanair? Was it the airport itself? Individual are grabbing at straws, really.”
8:04am, Wednesday 28 December
Some 300 holidaymakers possess been left stranded at Stansted Airport this morning.
Easyjet and Ryanair airlines induce each tweeted an apology to their customers, as well as recommendations to check up on flight statuses.
Easyjet put up a statement on Twitter this morning.
“Due to perpetuated poor weather conditions, some flights may be delayed or cancelled.
“Elect check our Flight Tracker and allow plenty of time to get to the airport.”
1:14pm, Wednesday 27 December
Some drive offs have been cancelled and delayed due to the weather.
Met Office has released a yellow portent for ice until 11am tomorrow morning.
8:30am, Wednesday 27 December
Snow disruption in the UK today could sham your travel, causing flight delays or cancellations. But will your flock be affected?
A number of airports in the UK have warned passengers to check their drive off status, as well as traffic updates, before their journey.
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A number of exits are delayed or cancelled, including journeys from
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Flying at Birmingham Airport appear to be running as normal at present.
However, they said passengers on Twitter to “leave more time” for their journeys.
“If you’re off from #bhx tomorrow morning please leave more time for your make a pilgrimage in case of snow and check for flight updates with your airline and on our website.”
There are currently no nullified flights at London Luton, although some flights are delayed at immigrants and departures.
Flights from London Stansted are currently running as typical, although this may change with weather conditions.
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The Met Office warned last darkness of temperatures falling to lows of -5 degrees Celsius
Birmingham Airport retreats are also arriving and departing as normal, although at least one flight was sidetracked to Manchester last night.
The Met Office warned last night of temperatures decrease to lows of -5 degrees Celsius in some areas of the country.
They father issued a yellow warning for rain and snow in a number of areas across the boondocks, including London and the South East and the Midlands.
Meanwhile, some sizes face winds of up to 55mph along with heavy rains.