Airports getting back to normal after Ophelia

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After the "atmospheric conditions" were reported, Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service were called to John Lennon Airport at about 7:39am to support airport fire personnel, who boarded a passenger jet.

Dublin Airport have had eight cancellations so far this morning to airports in the United Kingdom and Europe, with one flight coming in from Madrid also cancelled, but they are largely operating as normal.

"We understand other airlines have experienced similar events and we continue to liaise with the Met Office as to the likely cause".

A number of flights to and from Dublin Airport have been cancelled tomorrow due to the expected impact of Hurricane Ophelia.

"The safety and welfare of our passengers and crew is easyJet's highest priority".

BA said in a statement: "The safety of our customers and crew is always ourpriority". Flybe Group Plc said it has halted 47 flights primarily around Belfast City, Dublin, Knock and the Isle of Man.

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Flights in and out of Edinburgh are using the airport's secondary runway while essential maintenance work is being carried out on the main strip.

Irish authorities warned some of the worst storm conditions to hit the country in 50 years will endanger lives as the country's Met Eireann weather service extended its most severe warning nationwide for the first time.

"While the situation is outside of its control, we would like to apologise to passengers for any inconvenience".

Ireland is an important aviation market as the base for Ryanair, Europe's biggest airline, and a refueling platform for some flights across the Atlantic.

Aer Lingus plane wobbles in the storm.

Check with your airline before travelling.

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