KLM cancels flights due to weather conditions
Owing to a strong easterly wind, runway capacity at Schiphol is currently restricted. In addition, wintery conditions in the United Kingdom have caused airports to halt or restrict operations. As a result, various KLM flights have been delayed.
At present, 39 European return flights have been cancelled as well. This number may increase during the course of the day. Passengers affected will be personally notified and rebooked onto other flights. Passengers are likely to be faced with delays for the remainder of the day.
We advise passengers to keep a close eye on KLM.com for the latest departure and arrival information.
Update: Flights UK and Ireland cancelled due to severe weather
Airports in the United Kingdom and Ireland are closed or poorly accessible due to the severe winter weather. All flights from and to Cardiff and Bristol have therefore been cancelled until noon (12.00 GMT) on Friday, 2 March.
Similarly, for the whole of Friday, 2 March, KLM has cancelled all flights from and to Glasgow, Humberside, Teesside, Edinburgh, Leeds-Bradford and Dublin. Passengers are being informed and rebooked. We advise passengers to keep a close eye on KLM.com for the latest departure and arrival information.