Storm Eunice is causing travel chaos, with hundreds of flights cancelled, rail lines blocked and road bridges closed.
A rare “do not travel” alert was issued across Britain’s railways, as eight operators suspended all services.
In Leeds, there is a yellow weather warning for Leeds and ice.
Aviation analytics firm Cirium said at least 436 flights due to take off or land at UK airports were cancelled on Friday.
At Leeds Bradford Airport, most scheduled flights have been cancelled.
Three flights going to Belfast City have been cancelled. The flights were being flown by Aer Lingus, British Airways and EasyJet.
The KLM slight to Amsterdam has been cancelled.
Ryanir flights to Prague, Bratislava, Malaga, Faro, Wroclaw and Dublin are still scheduled to go ahead.
Flights arriving into Leeds Bradford Airport are experiencing delays and cancellations.
Flights from Belfast, with several carriers, have been cancelled.
Flights from Southampton have been cancelled.
Follow our Storm Eunice live blog for all the latest: Storm Eunice: Live updates as severe winds cause disruption to public transport
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