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FLYBE UPDATE Storm Ophelia
Posted on: October 17th 2017


As a result of adverse and resultant atmospheric weather conditions impacting normal operations due to Storm Ophelia today, Flybe has been forced to cancel some 170 flights, the full list of which is available at www.flybe.com/flight-info

This included all flights to and from Belfast City Airport, Scotland and the Channel Islands and the majority of its flights to and from Southampton this afternoon and evening.

The safety of its passengers and crew is Flybe’s number one priority and the airline will, as always, do everything possible to minimise any disruption.

Customers are asked to continue to check the airline’s ‘live’ flight information for the latest updates and can also use this link to rebook or receive a refund.

Current plans are to operate a normal schedule tomorrow across the network.

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