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14 flights between Dublin and London cancelled due to freezing fog

Dublin Airport is advising people to check the status of their flight with their airline.

A TOTAL OF 14 flights from Dublin Airport to London have been cancelled as a result of freezing fog.

Flights to and from Dublin Airport from Heathrow and London City Airports have been cancelled as a result of bad weather conditions.

A spokesperson for Dublin Airport said that “adverse weather conditions” at the airports had led to the cancellations. Dublin Airport is operating as normal.

The airport is advising people to check the status of their flight with their airline.

Heathrow Airport said that disruptions would be likely today as a result of the bad weather.

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The UK Met Office has issued a weather warning to do with fog. It ad advised travellers that journeys will take longer than usual as a result.

Visibility is currently at just about 100m at a number of London airports.

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