A cold front moving across northern and central Europe is causing travel and flight delays.
The heavy snowfall has caused KLM to cancel all of its European flights (close to 300 in total) at its Amsterdam hub. These flights include those to and from Heathrow, Aberdeen, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Bristol and Cardiff.
The airline said all intercontinental flights will depart, however passengers should expect delays as aircraft are de-iced.
Replacement ground transportation is being offered to passengers travelling to Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and Paris.
Easyjet have warned passengers of possible disruption: “We strongly advise that passengers allow extra time for their journeys to the airport, check the status of your flight before leaving and closely monitor local weather forecasts.”
Ryanair and Air France also advise that passengers check the status of their flights.