Jet2 has issued advice to all travellers as Storm Debi hits the UK.
The Met Office has issued an amber weather warning as Storm Debi hits Merseyside. Forecasters said the storm will bring "very strong and disruptive winds" on Monday, November 13.
People are being warned of potential disruption. Holiday-goers are also being advised to check before they travel as Jet2 issued a message to anyone travelling today.
Writing on their website, the airline wrote: "We are closely monitoring Storm Debi across the UK. All Jet2.com flights are still due to operate on time.
"Check-in will close 40 minutes before your scheduled time of departure. Should your flight be affected by Storm Debi, our dedicated operations teams are working hard behind the scenes at our UK-based HQ, and on behalf of us all, we are sorry for any inconvenience this brings.
"We hope you have a lovely flight."
Urging people to check their flight information, they added: "Customers are advised to arrive at their departure airport at least two hours before their scheduled departure time.
"All Jet2.com flights today are planned to operate as normal. In the event of any flight delays further information can be found by using the above search panel by entering your flight number or route.
"As a reminder check in desks will close 40 minutes before your scheduled departure time. Rest assured, in the event of flight disruption our dedicated Operations teams are always working hard behind the scenes at our UK-based HQ to get you on your way as soon as possible."