Those hoping to fly today are being advised to check their flight status as Storm Dennis batters Glasgow. 

A weather warning has been in place since 7am on Saturday and are expected to last until 8pm as rain and strong winds hit Glasgow. 

Weather warnings ranging from yellow to amber are in place across the UK. 

Flights are grounded for safety reasons, and both British Airways and easyJet have confirmed cancellations during the day.

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It is mainly domestic flights within the UK which have been cancelled, especially those between Glasgow, London and Bristol. 

More than 230 easyJet flights in and out of the UK on Saturday have been cancelled due to the weather.

A spokeswoman for easyJet, which has confirmed 234 cancellations, said: "Due to forecasted adverse weather conditions caused by Storm Dennis, easyJet, like other airlines, is currently seeing disruption to its flight programme for Saturday February 15th.

"We are doing everything possible to minimise the impact of the disruption for our customers and to arrange alternative travel.

"Whilst this is outside of our control, we would like to apologise to passengers for any inconvenience experienced as a result of the weather.
"The safety and welfare of our passengers and crew is easyJet's highest priority."

Cancelled flights which were supposed to take off from Glasgow include easyJet's 12.15pm flight to London Stansted, its 2.45pm to Bristol, the 3.25pm flight to London Luton and the 3.55 to Jersey

British Airways cancellations to Glasgow Airport include the 5.25pm and 6.30pm flights to London Heathrow. 

A number of flights flying into Glasgow have also been cancelled including easyJet's flight from Bristol which was expected to land in Glasgow at 2.15pm

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Other cancelled arriving flights are easyJet's flight from London Stansted arriving at 3.15pm, easyJet's flight from Jersey arriving at 7.30pm. 

British Airways flights into Glasgow have only been cancelled from London Heathrow, including flights which were expected at 4.40pm and 5.45pm. 

A spokesman for British Airways said: "The majority of our flights are planned to operate as planned, but, like all airlines flying to and from the UK today, we are experiencing some disruption due to the stormy weather conditions.

"We are merging a small number of Heathrow short-haul flights to the same destination and using larger aircraft where possible to minimise disruption.

"Customers can check for the latest flight information."

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Anyone hoping to fly is advised to check their airline's website for the latest updates. You can check your flight here. 

Glasgow Times:

Travel disruption is likely to hit bus and train services in the Glasgow area as well.

ScotRail are advising rail travellers to plan ahead and consider the weather forecast in your area before travelling.