Flights in and out of Northern Ireland cancelled as snow continues
A number of flights in and out of Northern Ireland have been cancelled as snow across the UK and Europe continues to cause disruption.
A spokeswoman for Belfast International Airport said at the last count on Sunday, 16 flights had been cancelled in and out, with the difficulties relating to destinations outside of the province.
Routes impacted include London Stansted, Luton, Birmingham, Glasgow and Amsterdam.
Passengers are advised to contact their airline to confirm details of their flights.
The spokeswoman added anyone impacted by the cancellations will be refunded or rebooked.
Flights have also been cancelled out of Belfast City Airport, with the BBC reporting Flybe's London City route, Flybe's Birmingham route, and Aer Lingus's Heathrow route all impacted.
Flights out of City of Derry airport are still operating, but delays are to be expected.
A yellow snow and ice warning is in place across Northern Ireland through until midday on Monday.
Sunday night's weather is expected to be mainly dry with widespread frost.
Localised snowfall is expected over higher ground, with temperatures dropping as low as -6C.
On Monday there will be a mixture of bright and sunny spells with wintry showers, with maximum temperatures of 4C.
Belfast Telegraph Digital