PARIS- Passengers experienced a surprise during the brief half-hour flight from Dublin to Manchester as the Ryanair (FR) service was compelled to divert to Paris.
Overnight, Storm Isha caused widespread disruption across Britain, impacting trains, flights, and ferries in the wake of the latest named storm.
Ryanair Flight Diverts to Paris
Many rush-hour trains face cancellations as strong 90mph gusts are anticipated to bring further disruptions for rail, air, and sea travellers into Monday morning.
The Met Office has issued multiple weather warnings, including two amber wind alerts and a red warning for parts of northern Scotland, in effect until the early hours.
The Tornado and Storm Research Organisation (Torro) has indicated the possibility of a tornado in England and Wales. Flight operations are impacted by air traffic control restrictions, leading to cancellations and diversions.
A flight en route from Sharm El Sheikh to Glasgow Airport declared an emergency due to Storm Isha, and a Ryanair flight had to divert to the French capital.
Stay tuned with us. Further, follow us on social media for the latest updates.