Additionally, Aer Lingus has announced it has cancelled all of its flights to and from Dublin, Belfast, Cork and Shannon on Friday.
Bosses have now declared all flights out of the airport have finished for today.
Aer Lingus Regional cancelled its early morning flights from Cork to Bristol, Edinburgh, Southampton and Manchester.
Delta declines upgrade request from USA curling team after gold medal
USOC projected Team USA would bring home a target of 37 medals, setting a minimum of 25 medals and a top-line expectation of 59. This was the first time that an American team went past the bronze medal stage at a winter games .
An airport statement said: "Tomorrow is likely to remain challenging and there will be disruption".
Flights from Newcastle, Kirkwall, Durham and Heathrow have already been cancelled this morning.
All other airlines are suspending operations from approximately 3pm today.
Passengers have been advised to check with their airline prior to travelling to the airport.
MEA Revokes Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi's Passport
His suspected fraud is being investigated by various agencies which include the Enforcement Directorate and the CBI. The CBI examined PNB's CEO Sunil Mehta and the bank's executive director to understand how the fraud took place.
American Airlines is allowing customers flying through London's Gatwick and Heathrow airports through March 4 to rebook through March 21 between the same city pair in the same cabin (or pay the difference).
Hundreds of drivers were trapped on the M80 overnight, with the weather bringing up to a foot of snow to roads in Scotland and the north of England. Customers scheduled to fly through Paris Orly March 1 can rebook through March 6, with the new ticket to be reissued on or before that date.
British Airways said the "very poor" weather conditions will continue to affect some of its flights.
Your airline should get in contact with you to inform you that your flight has been delayed or cancelled. Flight schedules for the rest of the week are still under review.
Large 7.5-magnitude natural disaster hits Papua New Guinea
A powerful quake has struck the Pacific island nation of Papua New Guinea but no tsunami warning has been issued. It was followed by a magnitude 5.5 quake shortly after to the northwest.
At Edinburgh Airport, the majority of flights appear to be departing, however, there are flights to Shannon, Paris Charles de Gaulle and London Heathrow that are listed as cancelled on its website.