09 February 2020 18:43
Sign up to FREE daily email alerts from SomersetLive - Daily Subscribe Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Invalid Email Bristol Airport is experiencing significant delays and cancellations on both outbound and inbound flights as Storm Ciara batters Britain today, February 9. An Aer Lingus flight from Dublin, which was meant to arrive in Bristol at 8am this morning, has just landed. An easyJet flight from Grenoble which was due to land at 12.30pm is still delayed. Cancelled arrivals so far include an easyJet flight from Belfast International due at 3.55pm; a Brussels Airlines flight from Brussels meant to land at 9.20pm; an easyJet flight from Amsterdam at 9.40pm; and the 10.25pm easyJet arrival from Glasgow. Delays on outbound flights are also notable.
An easyJet flight to Barcelona, meant to leave at 5.45pm, is estimated to depart at 9.35pm. The easyJet flight to Amsterdam at 6.05pm has been cancelled, as has the easyJet to Glasgow at 7.30pm and the EasyJet to Newcastle at 8.50pm. The full list of arrivals and departures can be found on Bristol Airport's website. If you have a flight to catch, Bristol Airport recommends checking with your individual airline before travelling. On Twitter it said: "The Met Office have issued an amber weather warning for wind from 8am to 9pm on Sunday February 9. "This may cause some disruption to travel by road and air. "Please allow time for your journey to the airport and check with your airline before travelling." See the latest hyper local traffic information by inputting your postcode into our partner In Your Area tool below. Storm Ciara has also been causing mass disruption on the roads and rail lines. See the latest on our live blog here. If you have photos or news to share, email [email protected]