Following an extremely challenging few days due to the impact of Storm Emma, flight operations have now returned to normal at Dublin Airport.
All flights from Dublin Airport’s existing airlines, bar Ryanair, were cancelled from 3pm on Thursday (March 1st).
Around 400,000 tonnes of snow from 600 acres of airfield was cleared in recent days.
On Sunday Ryanair announced their operations were back on target.
#StormEmma update, Sunday March 4th: We are operating flights as normal today, please check this link for the most up to date information on your flight status: https://t.co/Eq9pKKf5qS pic.twitter.com/bJO2x2T4yp
— Ryanair (@Ryanair) March 4, 2018
Meanwhile AerLingus said:
“We expect to operate a full schedule on Monday 05 March to and from Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Belfast and Knock.
“Please allow additional time to reach the airport and, as always, check individual flight status at http://aerling.us/flifo.”
We expect to operate a full schedule on Monday 05 March to and from Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Belfast and Knock.
Please allow additional time to reach the airport and, as always, check individual flight status at https://t.co/0NhKl9BCz7.
— Aer Lingus (@AerLingus) March 4, 2018
Dublin Airport said its car parks and shuttle buses have also returned to normal. There will be no extra charges for those who had to park longer than necessary due to weather disruptions.