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Jet2 has issued a flight warning for British tourists as passengers are set to face “strong winds and snow”.

The holiday company said: “The Met Office has warned of possible high winds and heavy snowfall in some parts of the UK, mainly affecting higher ground.

“They have already issued some Amber warnings for parts of Wales and the North of England.

“If you are travelling with we plan to operate our flights as close to schedule as possible, however, there may be some disruption should the weather deteriorate.

“We advise all customers to allow extra time to get to the airport if you are travelling from an affected area and check in as scheduled (our check-in desks close 40 minutes prior to your scheduled departure time).

The airline added that affected passengers would be contacted directly via SMS and email and post regular updates on its website.

It said it would board all flights for an on-time departure but patients should be prepared for a longer than normal wait at the terminal.

Ryanair also issued a warning for passengers about potential disruptions due to “snow and ice”.

It said passengers should check the Ryanair app for updates if they are travelling on Thursday, February 8.

The Met Office has issued an amber weather warning in some parts of Wales as well as in northwest Shropshire.

It warned: “Travel delays on roads are likely, stranding some vehicles and passengers. Power cuts are possible and other services, such as mobile phone coverage, may be affected.”

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