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A major storm could affect travel in the United Kingdom from today (December 6) onwards, according to AccuWeather.

The storm will bring rain and damaging winds to the UK, specifically Northern Ireland, Scotland and Northern England. 

The following airlines have said there is no impact on operations at the moment:

• British Airways

• Qatar

• Singapore Airlines

• Emirates

• SAA

SAA spokesperson, Tlali Tlali, said: “As matters stand and based on information at our disposal, the weather conditions are unlikely to have impact on our operations.”

All airlines have advised passengers to check social media and the airlines’ websites for flight information.

Disruptions to ferry and rail travel are expected and travellers are advised to allow for travel delays, especially toward airports, and to check for updates on flights. 

eTNW will keep readers updated on the situation.

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