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Shannon handled 20 flight diversions alone from Dublin and Cork Airports starting from 04.20 on Wednesday morning until midnight.

More than 200 people will spend tonight in the terminal building at Cork Airport after they were stranded by a combination of cancelled flights and bad weather.

The cancellations come as the Met Office issues another red weather warning as United Kingdom smashed by "blizzard conditions".

According to The Weather Channel, the storm system is expected to bring damaging winds, heavy rain, snow and severe flooding from the Carolinas to ME, with wind gusts ranging from 40-60 miles per hours in some areas.

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Passengers had been earlier advised to check flight schedules amid a number of cancelations by carriers but management have now made a decision to close the Airport from 6pm on Thursday until 5am Saturday morning.

Ryanair, Virgin Atlantic and easyJet have also cancelled flights with the disruption showing no signs of slowing soon.

Electricity went out for a time this morning in hundreds of homes in Dublin.

We understand that the fluidity of the situation can be frustrating and we thank passengers for their ongoing patience and support.

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"Amber weather warnings remain in place and the safety of our passengers and our staff is our priority".

A statement said that, while the airport will be in operation, staffing across their various partners remains a major issue with many employees still unable to get to work.

The budget airline has blamed the "weaker Glasgow market" and the high Air Passenger Duty rates for the cutes.

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