Ryanair customers travelling from East Midlands airport are being warned to expect more travel disruption today.
A further 250 flights across the country have been cancelled because of strike action by french air traffic controllers.
More disruption to flights from Birmingham airport is expected today as a strike by French air traffic controllers enters a second day.
Flybe has confirmed two of its flights two and from Lyon and Paris have been cancelled.
The strikers are protesting against restructuring plans that, they say, threaten the air navigation service in France.
The controllers are also due to stage another stoppage next week and yet another one at the end of this month.
Birmingham Airport is to become a sister airport to Guangzhou Baiyun International in China.
It's all part of strengthening the city's ties with China.
It comes after the recent announcement that the first non stop charter flights from Birmingham to Beijing will start this summer.
Passenger numbers are booming at Birmingham Airport, after it reported significant growth in passengers using the terminal in February.
The airport says almost 650,000 travelled through it in February, an increase of 8.4% on the same month last year.
It has also seen a 100% growth on scheduled routes to Hamburg, Oporto, Gdansk, Reykjavik and Toulouse, as well as growth to Las Palmas (+90.7%) Milan (+81.1%) and Amritsar (+69.3%).
The great start we made in 2015 has been followed up with another strong performance in February, which is a positive sign for the rest of the year.
February was boosted thanks to families choosing to fly from Birmingham during a busy half-term week.
There are many new routes, served by new carriers, set to launch in the months ahead too, including Madrid, Barcelona and Malaga with Norwegian, Barcelona with Vueling and New York JFK with American Airlines. These, coupled with the recent announcement that Birmingham will host a programme of non-stop charter flights to Beijing in the summer with Hainan Airlines, means passengers flying from Birmingham have more choice than ever before in 2015.
Five flight routes are to go at Birmingham Airport, bosses have confirmed.
The airline Flybe said it would axe flights to Hamburg, Knock, Porto, Oslo, Perpignan, Toulouse and Waterford, following a review.
But the company stressed that no jobs would be lost as a result.
An airport spokesperson said discussions were under way with other airlines with a view to continuing the five routes.
Passengers who have booked to fly on these routes will be contacted and offered an alternative flight or a full refund. Flybe sincerely apologise for any inconvenience experienced as a result of this commercial decision.
This amazing footage posted on YouTube shows planes at Birmingham airport struggling to land smoothly, against strong winds yesterday.
Four planes can be seen in the video coming into land at odd angles on the runway as pilots attempt to straighten up.
Yesterday, the Midlands experienced strong gusts of more than 60mph recorded in the early morning.
A Yellow weather warning was also in place throughout the afternoon in certain parts of the region.
Credit: Paul Bunyard - Freelance Video Cameraman
Birmingham Airport says today will be one of its busiest of the year with 24,000 people passing through.
The airport says around 340,000 passengers are expected to travel over the next two weeks - an increase of 7.4% over the same period last year.
Passengers are being warned not to take wrapped Christmas presents in their hand luggage as they may need to be opened during security checks.
Birmingham Airport is now "operating as normal" after disruption earlier caused by air traffic restrictions over London.
Many flights nationwide were cancelled and delayed after a computer failure at the headquarters of air traffic control company, NATS.
The system has now been restored.
Passengers are being advised to contact their airline for flight information.
Birmingham Airport is now "operating as normal" following disruption earlier caused the the air traffic restrictions over London.
Air traffic control company NATS warned passenger that it will take some time for flight scheduling to fully recover despite their computer systems having been restored.
Following a technical failure at Swanwick, the system has been restored.
However, it will take time for operations across the UK to recover so passengers should contact their airline for the status of their flight.
We apologise for any delays and the inconvenience this may have caused.
Further information will be released as it becomes available.