May 22, 2022

STORM Eunice flights are ready to wreak havoc for half-time passengers as they land.

The hurricane – one of the worst in decades – has already wreaked havoc across the UK as winds of up to 100 mph are expected.

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Flights have been grounded amid severe weather warnings.Credit: Lewis Wood Newsgroup Newspapers Limited
Airports and train stations have warned passengers to check before traveling due to the storm.

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Airports and train stations have warned passengers to check before traveling due to the storm.Credit: EPA

And now flights have been grounded with an immediate warning for holidaymakers.

According to NewsCornwall Airport Newke told passengers it was “expecting a breakdown” due to strong winds.

Meanwhile, Eastern Airways has canceled its London-Gatwick service.

He told passengers not to travel to the airport and to contact the airline for re-booking or refund.

And Devon’s Exeter Airport canceled three flights to Edinburgh, Exeter and Belfast.

And Heathrow urged passengers to stay up-to-date with the latest information as “strong winds and bad weather could cause last minute delays”.

A spokesman said: “Hurricane Younes is forecast to have severe weather conditions across the UK.

“We are working closely with our airline and air traffic control partners to ensure that passengers are delivered safely and quickly as soon as possible.

“Strong winds and bad weather may cause last minute delays, but we will do our best to minimize any disruption that may result. We encourage passengers. Let them check their flight status with their airline for the latest information. “

Gatwick Airport tweeted: “Weather warning. Beware that due to Hurricane Eunice, flights are likely to be disrupted, and the shuttle service to the Northern Terminal will be on Friday, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

“If you are flying from Gatwick, please arrive first.”

A spokesman for the East Midlands said: “When strong winds are forecast, it is less about wind power and more about direction.

“With strong winds forecast in the coming days, we recommend that passengers contact their airlines if they have concerns about the flight.”

London Luton Airport said it planned to “operate as usual” but was monitoring the storm, while Heathrow Airport said “strong winds and bad weather caused last-minute delays.” But hopefully some kind of barrier will be reduced.

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) also advised passengers what to do if their flights were disrupted.

He wrote: “If you are late, your airline is responsible for your care, including the provision of food and beverages if you are late for the night. That includes accommodation. “

Travel disruptions following Hurricane Dudley and before Hurricane Dudley have also caused chaos across the UK.

Legoland in Windsor has confirmed that it will close its doors due to bad weather during the London Eye.

All trains have been canceled in Wales today, while a life-threatening warning has been issued across England.

The British have been warned not to travel on the roads following the tragic death of a man during Hurricane Dudley last night.

The Met Office said: “Red means you need to take action now to protect yourself and others from the effects of the weather.

“Massive damage, disruption to travel and electricity, and danger to life.

“You must avoid dangerous areas and follow the advice of the emergency services and local authorities.”

Younis could be the worst hurricane in years – according to forecasters the storm could be stronger than Burns Knight in 1990 when speeds reached 107 mph.

Hurricane Younis is expected to bring winds of up to 100 mph today.

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Hurricane Younis is expected to bring winds of up to 100 mph today.Credit: EPA
A train is traveling along the coast between White Haven and Carlisle after Hurricane Dudley hit last night.

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A train is traveling along the coast between White Haven and Carlisle after Hurricane Dudley hit last night.Credit: PA
A life-threatening warning has been issued across England.

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A life-threatening warning has been issued across England.Credit: PA

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