Storm Doris: Has your flight been cancelled?

Advice for cancelled flights across the UK during Thursday's high winds

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Storm Doris Arrives In The UK

With most of the country currently experiencing the chaos caused by Storm Doris as 90mph winds hit Britain, a number of flights are being delayed or cancelled at UK airports.

Aer Lingus cancelled flights within England and between England and Ireland, while Heathrow Airport has advised passengers to check their flight status before travelling to the airport.

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To help you stay ahead of the game and understand what you need to do should your flights be cancelled, global travel search engine Skyscanner has compiled some information on what travellers' rights are, plus essential tips for coping with cancellations and how to get home quickly and safely.

Whether you're jetting off on holiday or meeting family at the airport, here's the live, accurate flight information you need during Storm Doris.

Meanwhile, Richard Leonard, head of road safety at Highways England, said: "We're expecting Storm Doris to have a significant impact on the roads throughout the day so are urging drivers to consider changing their plans if necessary and to slow down in stormy weather.

Amber warnings have been issued by the Met Office, predicting strong winds and heavy rain in parts of north Wales, the Midlands, and the East and North West, while winds as fast as 60mph are also expected to batter southern England.


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