Air passengers are facing travel chaos in Scotland after the extreme weather grounded flights to and from Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Glasgow Airport was forced to shut until at least 3pm on Thursday after initially suspending operations until 11am.
Edinburgh Airport said that most airlines had cancelled all their operations until at least lunchtime.
People flying from the capital were warned to expect a "large number" of delays and cancellations.
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