CANCELLATIONS

Flights now cancelled into Ireland West Airport

Severe weather in the UK

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Flights have been cancelled into Ireland West Airport Knock.

Scrap the earlier new report we published from Ireland West Airport.  Here's an updated notice that issued just minutes ago from the airport.

Due to severe weather conditions in both the UK and a RED warning alert in place in Ireland, Ryanair and Aer Lingus have advised that the following flights due to operate on Friday, 2nd March have been cancelled.

0840    FR6673 FROM LIVERPOOL AND FR6674 TO LIVERPOOL
0935    FR805 FROM STANSTED AND FR806 TO STANSTED
1110    FR1742 FROM EAST MIDLANDS AND FR1743 TO EAST MIDLANDS
1125    FR8142 FROM LONDON LUTON AND FR8143 TO LONDON LUTON
1430    EI911 FROM GATWICK AND EI912 TO GATWICK WITH AER LINGUS
1715    FR807 FROM LONDON STANSTED AND FR808 TO LONDON STANSTED

They are awaiting information from Flybe for an updated status on their respective services tomorrow to and from Manchester, Edinburgh and Birmingham.

For the latest and most up to date information they advise passengers to contact their respective airlines using the following links

Ryanair https://www.ryanair.com/ie/en/ travel-updates
Aer Lingus - https://www.aerlingus.com/ support/flight-disruption- information/
Flybe – http://www.flybe.com 

Passengers are advised that if your flight is cancelled there are two options available to you to choose from. You can either apply for a refund or change your cancelled flight for free.

The airport will be updating its social media channels regularly over the coming days with the latest information also.

Follow them on facebook.com/irelandwestknock or on twitter at @irelandwest