Several Aer Lingus and Ryanair flights have been cancelled for the morning as Storm Emma continues to cause chaos across the country.

More than 50 Aer Lingus flights have been cancelled up until 11am in the morning, affecting around 10,000 passengers.

Aer Lingus is advising all passengers to check the status of their individual flights tomorrow before travelling to the airport.

Ryanair said it has had to cancel a number of flights to and from Dublin Airport for tomorrow.

Ryanair said all affected customers have been notified of their options and should avoid traveling to the airport.  

Transport services came to a standstill yesterday as Storm Emma took hold.

As a result, there was no public transport in operation today and all flights were cancelled.

Despite the flight cancellations, transport services are due to resume across the country tomorrow.

Dublin Bus said it expects to operate services from midday tomorrow.

However, there will be disruption to scheduled services which will impact frequency and there will be diversions in place.

Dublin Bus said it is working with local authorities in assessing road conditions across the greater Dublin area.

There will be no Nitelink services tonight.

Bus Éireann said it may be able to resume a level of services in some parts of the country tomorrow morning, dependent on the local road conditions.

"It is our aim to operate some services on the Expressway inter-city network, and possibly a level of regional city and town services, in less affected areas.

"However, there will not be any kind of full service schedule tomorrow due to difficult and dangerous road conditions in many parts of the country," said Bus Éireann in a statement.

Iarnród Éireann has announced that there will not be any trains before midday tomorrow.

In a statement, a spokesperson for the company said that worsening weather conditions and the extended Status Red alert meant the safety of employees and contractors clearing lines must be prioritised.

The Luas Red and Green line services will not operate in the morning.

Luas will make a decision on when service can resume later tomorrow.

In Northern Ireland, public transport operator Translink reported delays to bus and rail services.

It said cross-border services will commence at 8am in the morning for buses and a normal Enterprise train service is expected to run.

Cork Airport, Kerry Airport, Shannon Airport, Donegal Airport and Ireland West Airport are closed and are due to reopen in the morning.

Hundreds of flights were cancelled today at Dublin Airport although it remains open.

The two Belfast airports were open, but passengers were advised to check with their airlines.