Travel chaos as freezing fog causes flight cancellations between Ireland and UK
A number of flights from Cork and Dublin Airports to various London airports have been cancelled this morning due to freezing fog.
Temperatures fell as low as -8 degrees in parts of the UK last night, resulting in a dense freezing fog sweeping southern parts of the country.
Passengers are being urged to check the latest flight information with their airline.
The following flights have so far been confirmed as cancelled this morning:
Freezing fog at some London & European airports has resulted in some cancellations @DublinAirport check latest flight info with your airline— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) January 23, 2017
- Aer Lingus flight EI154 from Dublin to London Heathrow at 07:35;
- Aer Lingus flight EI710 from Cork to London Heathrow at 07:40;
- Aer Lingus flight BA5910 from Cork to London Heathrow at 07:40;
- British Airways flight BA4461 from Dublin to London LCY at 7:00;
- City Jet flight WX114 from Dublin to London LCY at 08:40
- British Airways flight BA4463 from Dublin to London LCY at 08:55;
- Aer Lingus flight EI172 from Dublin to London Heathrow at 15:20.
A status yellow fog warning is in place in London, South-West and South East London until 10.30 this morning.
Heathrow has so far cancelled over 100 flights due to "reduced visibility" at the airport throwing travel plans for many passengers into disarray.
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