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Extremely windy conditions are severely impacting travel throughout certain areas of the United Kingdom today and passengers could experience some delays and cancellations however are advised to continue checking in as normal with the exception of the following flights which have now been cancelled due to high winds:

Options available for passengers


If you are unable to travel today (8th December) due to weather, the following options are available to passengers who are unable to reach the airport (for example due to closure of roads) even if the flight on which you are booked to travel still takes place:

  • You can rebook for travel within the next 14 days at no charge subject to seats being available for your chosen destination
  • You can rebook for travel at any future date but seats must be available at the same fare level as you have originally paid.

If your flight has been cancelled:

  • You can rebook for travel on an alternative flight to your destination at the earliest available opportunity
  • You can rebook for travel within the next 14 days at no charge subject to seats being available for your chosen destination
  • You can rebook for travel at any future date but seats must be available at the same fare level as you have originally paid.
  • You can obtain a refund for any part(s) of your journey not taken

If your flight has been delayed by more than five hours, or if you are travelling on a day return and your outward flight has been delayed by more than two hours, you can also elect not to travel and take up any of the options listed above.

In order to reach your destination, you can choose to travel to an alternative airport (e.g. Glasgow for Edinburgh, Aberdeen for Inverness) and we will rebook you onto the next available flight without charge.    However, any ground transportation between the alternative airports and/or your final destination will be at your own expense and we would caution any passenger taking up this option to ensure that surface transport links between their alternative airport and final destination are still available before setting off.