SCOTTISH airports have issued updates to passengers as Storm Isha impacts flights for a second day.

Strong winds gusting to 84mph in the central belt saw flights across Scotland delayed, cancelled and diverted.

An Edinburgh Airport spokesperson told The National: "Our teams worked well under challenging circumstances as Storm Isha caused cancellations to some flights on Sunday.

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"The airport is open and operational with flights departing and arriving.

"As always our advice to passengers is to check with the airline they are flying with for any updates to their flight.”

They also encouraged passengers to check with their airlines for any updates or information on scheduled flights.

Edinburgh Airport saw eight flights diverted during the storm, with four sent over 500 miles away to Cologne.

At least 16 arriving flights and 15 departing ones were cancelled on Sunday, with many more delayed.

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Six arrivals at and nine departures from from the city on Monday showed as being cancelled on Flightradar24 as of the early afternoon, with several flights showing as delayed.

The airport also saw passengers shocked by a lone suitcase being blown across by the tarmac by Storm Isha's winds, with passengers remarking on its ability to stay upright.

A Glasgow Airport spokesperson told The National: “With Storm Isha continuing to cause disruption across parts of the UK, we would ask passengers to contact their airlines direct for flight updates.”

The airport also saw diversions during the worst of the storm, with 10 flights being rerouted to Prestwick, Manchester, Newcastle, Liverpool and Stansted.

On Sunday, at least 19 flights departing Glasgow and 20 arriving there were cancelled.

Some nine arriving flights and 12 departing flights on Monday showed as cancelled on Flightradar24 as of the early afternoon.