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ALL flights to and from Aberdeen Airport have been suspended until further notice.

The transport hub, which was used by around 3 million people each year pre-Covid, said it was sorry for any “inconvenience” as flights were called off with no information provided as to when they may restart.

According to the Airport’s official social media, there was “unscheduled maintenance work” being carried out.

“We can confirm we are currently carrying out some unscheduled maintenance work and have had to temporarily suspend operations,” a statement said.

The National:

“We aim to have this completed as quickly as possible with minimum disruption, however, we apologise for any inconvenience caused.

“Passengers are being provided with refreshment vouchers and we will provide a further update as soon as the work is complete.

“Passengers are advised to contact their airline for specific flight information.”

People at the airport took to social media to complain about a lack of information from staff.

"Loganair a fiasco at Aberdeen Airport," one traveller tweeted. 

"Many flights cancelled. Hundreds stranded. No information from airline," he alleged.


Usual service has been resumed, the airport has said. However, anyone hoping to travel is advised to contact their airline for details.

Aberdeen Airport tweeted: "The unscheduled maintenance from this morning has now been completed and we have resumed full operations. 

"We apologise for any inconvenience caused and passengers are advised to contact their airline for specific flight information."