30 November 2022, Virtual
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Business Travel Show Europe, presented by The BTN
Flights from some airports in Northern Ireland and Scotland have been disrupted as Storm Frank hits the UK.
On Tuesday night, several flights were able to land at Belfast International but the airlines could not immediately disembark their passengers because the winds were too strong to put access steps into place and ground handler Swissport had to temporarily suspend operations.
Passengers on these nine aircraft were later disembarked when wind speeds dropped.
Two flights to Belfast International from Luton and Tenerife also had to be diverted to Dublin. Several other flights were also cancelled from the airport.
Aberdeen airport said it had some delays and cancellations to Shetland on Wednesday. Although flights to other destinations were operating as scheduled.
Rail operators in Scotland have also reported a range of problems affecting several lines due to flooding, fallen trees and damaged overhead cables.
European air traffic organisation Eurocontrol also said that arrivals to Heathrow were being "regulated" on Wednesday morning due to strong winds which were causing "low to moderate" delays.