Severe weather across Europe is affecting air travel with many flights into Dublin airport delayed.
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Edinburgh airport has been closed and Aer Lingus says all flights are going to Glasgow instead.
The airline says passengers will have to make their own way to Edinburgh as roads between Glasgow and Edinburgh are currently impassable.
Passengers who choose not to fly to Glasgow today will be re-booked, at no extra cost, onto flights tomorrow.
Passengers who were due to travel to Dublin today will be re-booked onto flights tomorrow.
Ryanair plane leaves runway
Meanwhile, a Ryanair plane from Dublin left the runway this morning in Scotland after it encountered ice while taxiing to the terminal.
The plane slid onto a grass verge at Prestwick Airport (Glasgow).
No one was injured and all the passengers from the flight, FR 772, have been taken to the terminal.
Ryanair engineers said the aircraft suffered no damage.
People are advised to leave plenty of time and check with flight operators about possible delays.