Passengers are facing major disruption due to a strike by Italian air traffic controllers, with a number of Ryanair flights cancelled.
8 flights departing and arriving at Stansted Airport in Essex have been cancelled.
List of cancelled flights to and From Stansted:
- FR232- London Stansted to Alghero
- FR972- London Stansted to Genoa
- FR3015- Rome Ciampino to London Stansted
- FR4195- Milan(Bergamo) to London Stansted
- FR231- Alghero to London Stansted
- FR973- Genoa to London Stansted
- FR4196- London Stansted to Milan(Bergamo)
- FR3014- London Stansted to Rome Ciampino
Ryanair have warned that further delays and cancellations are likely and advise passengers to check the status of their flight.
It's emerged 450 jobs will be created at a new Ryanair training Centre to be based at Stansted Airport.
The airline's boss Michael O'Leary announced the investment at the airport as part of a stronger in Europe event alongside George Osborne, Vince Cable and Ed Balls.
However Leave campaigners have accused Mr O'Leary of hypocrisy quoting speeches he made in 2011 criticising the EU.
Both Stansted and Luton Airports are warning that flights to Greece could be cancelled or delayed because of a strike by Air Traffic Controllers there.
It started at 9pm last night and is due to end at the same time tonight.
Passengers are being urged to check before they travel.
After the Queen declared the Norman Foster terminal building at Stansted open on 15th March 1991 just over a million people a year were using the Essex airport.
In the years which followed a lot has changed. Stansted is now a major hub for low cost airlines and annual passenger numbers have risen to more than 23 million. The terminal has been extended twice.
To mark the 25-year anniversary, ITV News Anglia produced a special programme live from the busy terminal presented by Jonathan Wills and Becky Jago
As part of our special programme to mark the 25th anniversary of Stansted Airport's terminal building, we thought we'd follow a piece of luggage to see what happens to your bags while you are getting on the plane.
Liz Summer's report shows how it manages to make its way onto the right plane at the right time.
In 1991 the Queen opened the new terminal building at Stansted. In the 25 years that have followed the airport has undergone rapid growth.Read the full story ›
Stansted airport in Essex has had its busiest February on record with 1.69 million passengers passing through the terminal.
The number of passengers at London's third airport has been growing month on month for nearly two years. The figure for February was up 15% on 2015.
Nearly 23 million passengers used Stansted in the past year, the highest annual total since 2008.
“This strong demand continues to be driven by record numbers of passengers on each flight arriving and departing from Stansted plus airlines increasing capacity on key routes including Berlin, Cologne, Prague and the Scottish cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow.
“Stansted is the UK’s fastest growing major airport at the heart of the UK’s innovation corridor and we remain focused on providing passengers with even more choice of airlines and destinations to better serve our region’s needs.”
Last month British Airways announced it would start flying from the Essex airport to four popular holiday destinations and has just added a weekly flight to Berlin.
A woman has been arrested and fined after staging an impromptu striptease protest about security delays at Stansted airport in Essex.Read the full story ›
It's long been assumed that when you become a parent, your kids come first. Now new research suggests it may be true, as least when it comes to family holidays.
The survey carried out by American Express says that 65% of people across East Anglia have compromised on where they want to go on holiday.
They might rule out multi-centre and long-haul destinations - in favour of where their children would like to go.
62% say they spend far longer planning their holiday and 55% abandon the idea of a holiday lie-in all together.
ITV News reporter Lauren Hall has been to Stansted Airport in Essex to test the findings
A meeting at Stansted Airport has been hearing how the corridor along the M11 from London to Cambridge could be the key to unlocking massive economic growth for the region.
Experts say, with the right support, it could attract enough high-tech firms to rival anything anywhere else in the world.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson