Multiple flights have been cancelled to and from Irish airports due to Storm Ophelia 5 years ago

Multiple flights have been cancelled to and from Irish airports due to Storm Ophelia

Be sure to check with your airline before travelling.

Multiple flights in and out of airports in Ireland have been cancelled as the country braces itself for severe weather conditions from storm Ophelia.


Dublin Airport announced on Monday morning that it will be open and operational on Monday and that early morning flights will be operating as normal, but up to 90 flights will be cancelled later in the day.

Aer Lingus, British Airways, Air France, CityJet, Emirates and KLM have all cancelled services on Monday and the airlines in question have contacted passengers directly in relation to any services that have been affected.


Ryanair has said its flights are expected to operate as scheduled but has asked passengers to check its website and social media outlets for the latest updates.

All intending passengers have been advised to contact their airline or check their airline’s website before coming to Dublin Airport; the latest information on departures can be found here and arrivals here.

Late on Sunday night, Belfast Airport stated that flights were due to operate as scheduled but that passengers should check with their airline for the latest flight information throughout the day.


At Shannon Airport, meanwhile, flights to and from Edinburgh, Birmingham, London Heathrow, Wroclaw, Faro and Lanzarote are amongst those affected, with further information available on the Shannon Airport website.

On Sunday night, Knock Airport advised that flights to and from Liverpool, London Stansted, London Luton and East Midlands would be affected; more information is available here.

A whole host of flights have also been cancelled to and from Cork Airport; the list of Ryanair cancellations can be viewed here, while more information can be found on the Cork Airport website.