Monday 6 February – snow disruption
Commenting on the disruption to several airports following the heavy snowfall, Darren Caplan, Chief Executive of the Airport Operators Association said:
“Around half a dozen UK airports have been affected by the recent snow.
“Airports have responded well by putting their snow plans into action. Some flights have been cancelled to ensure that delays and disruption are kept to a minimum.
“People due to fly should contact their airline or airport direct. We also advise passengers to check travel conditions to airports as roads and rail services have also been affected by the weather conditions.”
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About the Airport Operators Association
- Who we are: The Airport Operators Association (AOA) is the trade association that represents UK airports.
- What we do: Our mission is to see UK airports grow sustainably. We represent the views of UK airports to Government, Parliament and Regulators to secure policy outcomes that help deliver our mission.
- Who we represent: 70 UK airports. For more, see www.aoa.org.uk