On the budget side of things, Ryanair is facing disruption on both sides of the Irish Sea, with a number of airports being completely cancelled by the airline for the day.
He said staff had worked all day yesterday and from 4am this morning to clear the snow so that the airport could open.
London's Heathrow airport has been the worst hit by the snow, with around 200 flights having been proactively cancelled in order to keep the remaining 1,000-plus departures and arrivals on time.
A spokesman for London Luton Airport said: "We're open and operating as normal, although some flights are operating with delays and some may be subject to cancellation". Many UK and Ireland flights have also been cancelled from London City Airport.
Other London airports, including Gatwick, have also seen dozens of flights cancelled.
Anyone due to travel today from Exeter should are being advised not to travel to the airport.
At Leeds Bradford airport Flybe and Ryanair have each cancelled eight flights.
All Expressway services out of Dublin were cancelled earlier, but have now resumed. The weather in Scotland has been particularly harsh by United Kingdom standards.
There were cancellations of flights departing or arriving at Heathrow, with British Airways axing at least 103 services on mostly short haul routes.
Jet 2 has tweeted, "We are now advising travel as normal, and would notify our customers should there be any updates".
While wintry weather conditions across Europe may result in minor delays and some airlines consolidating flights, significant disruption at Heathrow is not now expected today. Flight schedules for the rest of the week are still under review. Guests who have bookings to travel through March 2 can postpone their flight free of charge, with rebooked travel to take place within seven days of their original travel date.