CAA’s no-fly ban in parts of Scotland and Ireland has been extended to this afternoon. bmi cancelled its flights to and from Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Inverness and the Isle of Man. Ryanair cancelled flights from Dublin, Knock and Shannon, although flights at Cork and Kerry were operating in the afternoon as previous restrictions were lifted. Loganair stopped flights to and from Edinburgh and Glasgow but re-routed Sumburgh-Edinburgh flights to Inverness using coach transport. Flights from Aberdeen to Kirkwall and Sumburgh are operating as scheduled. Passengers are being urged to contact airlines before travel and not turn up to airports if the flight has been cancelled. CAA is hoping to lift the no-fly ban at 1800 today.