“Customers are advised to contact their local travel agent or Emirates booking offices for assistance,” the airline said.
Ryanair has so far grounded more than 20 flights to and from UK airports, with many of the 4,000 passengers affected finding out only at check-in.
FlyOrange, which offers flights from Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Brussels to various destinations in Morocco, said on its website that is ‘sorry for the problems’. It is unclear how many passengers are affected, but the flight schedule is for 18 flights a week, broadcaster NOS said.
Belfast flights are not being affected by the Ryanair pilots strike.
Around 25 flights of national carrier Air India were delayed after its software in the check-in system developed a 3-hour long snag on Saturday afternoon. Passengers were stranded at several airports across the world.
Flights in and out of Dublin Airport are operating as normal this morning in the storm force winds.