Storm Ciara has forced around 120 flights to be delayed or canceled to and from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) on Sunday, February 9, as the storm battered Europe with gusts over 100 kph (62 mph). Schiphol authorities have advised individuals planning on flying via the airport over the coming hours to check the latest flight information or contact their airline to check their flight status.
Lingering flight disruptions (i.e. delays and cancelations) are to be expected at AMS over the coming hours. Localized flooding and downed trees may disrupt traffic in hard-hit areas of the Netherlands over the coming hours.
Individuals traveling via AMS are advised to monitor local weather forecasts, confirm flight reservations, prepare for lingering flight disruptions (i.e. delays and cancelations), and contact their airline for more information.