Freezing weather conditions are disrupting flights from airports across the UK.
We have flown 31% of our schedule today.
The airport is reporting "disruption to a number of flights", with airline giants easyJet and Aer Lingus cancelling all their services from Bristol today.
In a statement released on Twitter, the airline said: "All flights scheduled to/from Dublin, Cork, Kerry, Knock & Shannon Airports on Friday 2nd March have been cancelled".
More than 200 flights, mainly short-haul services, have been cancelled at Heathrow while about 50 of Gatwick's departures were also axed.
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Snow clearing at Dublin Airport on Wednesday.
Airlines suspended flight operations from between 3 and 4pm because of the impact of Storm Emma, with Aer Lingus and Ryanair both stating they would resume flights Saturday morning.
More specifically Edinburgh says that Jet2 will commence operations at 0900, Flybe at 1000, Easyjet at 1200, Ryanair at 1300, and British Airways "late morning".
Ryanair has also cancelled a number of flights from Dublin tomorrow and said they will contact affected customers by e-mail or message.
"Our location means that we have an excellent weather record and we play an important role whenever other airports are closed".
Passengers have been reminded that those passengers that have had flights cancelled or heavily delayed are not entitled to cash compensation from their airline, but says that the airline has a duty to provide accommodation and food to travellers.