More than 10 flights from Ireland to UK cancelled as Storm Doris causes travel and traffic chaos
Ten flights from Dublin to UK airports have so far been cancelled this morning as Storm Doris' gael force winds cause travel havoc.
Three flights from Cork Airport to London and Birmingham have also been cancelled.
Dublin airport has aircraft returning to the stands to offload passengers. Too windy for take off— Dundalk Weather (@DundalkWeather) February 23, 2017
No flights from Shannon have yet been affected but passengers are being urged to check with their airline for the latest information.
Here is a list of the upcoming Dublin-UK flights which have been cancelled:
|London-LHR||British Airways||BA833||23 Feb 08:45||Cancelled|
|London - LCY||British Airways||BA4463||23 Feb 08:55||Cancelled|
|Isle Of Man||Aer Lingus||EI3212||23 Feb 08:55||Cancelled|
|Birmingham||Aer Lingus||EI3264||23 Feb 10:00||Cancelled|
|London-LHR||British Airways||BA845||23 Feb 10:20||Cancelled|
Meanwhile, AA Roadwatch are warning motorists to slow down for the morning commute and to keep a safe distance from other vehicles.
Commuters are also asked to keep an eye out for any potential debris or damage.
Keep an eye on all live traffic and travel updates here: