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Hurricane Ophelia is due to disrupt travel within Ireland, the North of England and Scotland today.
Flights are being cancelled at Cork and Dublin Airports.
French Air Traffic Controllers (ATC) will be taking industrial action on Monday 09 October & Tuesday 10 October 2017
Air passengers are suffering major disruption at airports around the world after computer check-in systems crashed.
Problems have been reported at airports including London’s Heathrow and Gatwick, Charles de Gaulle in Paris, Zurich, Melbourne, Johannesburg, Changi in Singapore and Washington DC’s Reagan Airport.
Please allow extra time for check-in
Ryanair cancels flights after ‘messing up’ pilot holidays, with disruption expected for the next 6 weeks.
Please check the email address used to make any bookings for updates.
Weather conditions in the Netherlands is causing delays in traffic arriving at Amsterdam Airport and for flight departures/arrivals.
Allow extra time.
Storm Aileen has tracked across the UK overnight bringing very strong winds and heavy rain.
Airports are experiencing delays and rail services may also be disrupted where trees have fallen onto the tracks.
Due to expected stormy weather in Amsterdam on Wednesday 13th September, some flights from or via Amsterdam Schiphol Airport may be disrupted or cancelled.
For more information please check.
Flights between the UK and Spain may be affected when French air traffic controllers join a national strike in the country on Tuesday, 12th September.
A rare and powerful 8.2-magnitude earthquake struck southern Mexico late Thursday, killing at least five people as seismologists warned of a tsunami of more than 10 feet.
The quake hit offshore in the Pacific about 75 miles southwest of the town of Tres Picos in far southern Chiapas state.
Medway Travel are monitoring the situation closely along with continual tracking of Hurricane Irma which is being followed by Hurricanes Jose and Katia across the Caribbean up into the US.
Hurricane Irma has been upgraded to a dangerous Category 5, heading towards the Leeward Islands, Puerto Rico, US & British Virgin Islands and Florida.