Bad weather in the UK will make for a difficult journey for travellers booked on British Airways flights to and from the island over the next few days.
Several warnings were posted across the country by the UK’s Met Office.
A BA spokeswoman said: “Like all airlines operating to or from London, our schedule has been affected by adverse winter weather conditions.
“We’ve apologised to our customers and are doing everything we can to ensure as many are able to travel as possible.
“We’re refunding or rebooking anyone whose flight has been cancelled and providing refreshment vouchers and hotel accommodation where needed.”
No official word yet on whether any flights to Bermuda from London would be cancelled.
The Skyport website showed today’s BA flight would land almost two hours after its 6.10pm scheduled arrival.
Information displayed on the Heathrow website said the flight to Bermuda would take off at 3.55pm, instead 2:30pm as planned.
An email to the airline’s customers said: “Due to continuing adverse winter weather conditions being experienced across the United Kingdom and Europe, we’re offering increased flexibility to help our customers with their travel plans.
“As you are due to depart on a flight from London Heathrow between Wednesday, December 14 and Monday, December 19, we’re now offering the option to change your outbound date of travel free of charge.”
It was also noted that flights could be moved to dates between Tuesday, December 20 and Sunday, December 26.
“This flexibility is available for departures from London Heathrow.
“Any changes to your return journey will be subject to normal fare conditions.
“As a result of the winter weather conditions, we ask that you check the status of your flight before departing for the airport and leave plenty of time for your journey, ” the email added.
Wintry conditions are expected to continue through to the weekend.
The Met Office website said: “The UK will remain cold through this week with the risk of sleet and snow at times continuing across northern and eastern locations, by the end of the week northwestern regions are also likely to see snow. ”