Flights across various UK airports were delayed or cancelled as heavy snowfall prompted by an Arctic blast caused disruptions.
Heathrow, Gatwick and London City were among the airports whose aircraft movement was hit with the cold snap, according to Express news.
UK’s Met Office has issued a warning that the condition could get even worse as it expects more snowfall.
Arrivals board of Gatwick Airport showed that the majority of the flights were delayed or cancelled due to snow.
Heathrow, which is said to be one of the biggest international airports in the country, has also cancelled nearly 25 arrival flights, according to the news publication.
Besides, flight disruptions were reported at Bristol Airport, with the airport authorities warning passengers of delays due to the yellow weather warning across the South West region, The Independent reported.
In a statement posted on its Twitter account, the airport said: “The Bristol Airport teams are working hard on snow clearing operations, but as the snow continues to fall, flight operations have been suspended until 1100.
“Passengers are advised to contact their airline for specific flight information prior to travelling to the airport and please take extra care.
Bristol airport serves as the southwest hub for airliners including easyJet, Jet2.com, Ryanair and TUI Airways.
A spokesperson for the airport told The Independent: “Snow across the UK has caused disruption to a number of flights at Bristol Airport. Additional staff are on-site to assist with the adverse weather response.
“It is a rapidly changing situation and passengers are advised to check with their airline prior to making their way to the airport, as some airlines have made proactive cancellations to their flight programme for the remainder of the day.”