Glasgow Airport is to remain closed as Scotland braces for more winter weather.
A severe amber warning advising against all but essential travel has been issued by the Met Office and will remain in place until tomorrow morning.
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In light of this and the impact it is having on passengers and staff, including airline staff, travelling to and from the airport we will remain closed for the rest of the day.
This decision has been taken with safety of passengers and staff in mind.
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A spokesperson for Glasgow Airport sid: “Our teams are continuing with snow clearing operations, however, we would advise passengers not to travel to the airport. Anyone with travel plans should contact their airline directly for specific flight information.”