STAFF at Glasgow Airport have been working non-stop to try and get planes running again after experiencing adverse weather this week.

Record levels of snow and high winds have meant the Paisley terminal has had to cancel all its flights for the past two days but staff are working hard to try and get at least some jetsetters away today.

Here you can see snow ploughs at work trying to get runways cleared. 

A Glasgow Airport spokesman said: "The extreme weather conditions of the last 72 hours have seen the airport experience record levels of snow.

"Airport staff have worked continuously through the night to clear the runway, wider airfield and passenger walkways.

"While we are currently operational a large number of flights have been cancelled.  We continue to urge passengers to check the status of their flights with their airlines and to only travel to the airport if safe to do so."

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