However, it was announced this morning that both Ryanair and EasyJet have cancelled their remaining schedules for the day, crushing the hopes of hundreds of passengers who expected to depart.
A spokesperson for Ryanair said tonight: "Ryanair now plans to return to operations at all Irish airports on Saturday, 3rd March while remaining in close contact with the airports and the emergency authorities".
Ryanair say they are doing everything they can to re-accommodate affected customers and minimise disruption to their travel plans and have apologised for any inconvenience caused by disruptions entirely outside of their control. @AerLingus & @Ryanair resuming flights on SAT am.
The unsafe flying conditions have also caused the popular budget airline easyJet to cancel further flights.
The news which will be welcomed by thousands of travellers came after Met Eireann reveled that weather conditions are likely to improve over the weekend.
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