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But even though many of the planes began their journeys at UK airports, they are flying out empty — leaving 300,000 heartbroken holidaymakers to try to figure out some way of rescuing their long-planned trips, as fares soared for alternative flights.
The CAA said: “Everyone due to fly in the next fortnight will be brought back to the UK at no cost to them.
Passengers booked on the first wave of Monarch flights were already at five UK airports, baffled at being unable to check in, when a brief text arrived announcing their holidays had been wrecked: “Important!
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In Scotland, Loganair is warning: “Weather forecasts for the west of Scotland indicate that high winds and rain will impact the west of Scotland from Monday afternoon through to Tuesday lunchtime.
"The possibility of weather disruption to Loganair flights is increased, and we’re therefore offering customers booked to travel on certain routes on Monday and Tuesday the opportunity to voluntarily re-book their travel without charge.” Many other airlines have put waivers in place that allow passengers to postpone their journeys.
Ryanair alone has cancelled more than 80 flights, affecting an estimated 15,000 travellers.
Services to and from Dublin, Knock and Cork are particularly badly affected, but the Belfast-Gatwick and Glasgow-Stansted services have also been cancelled.