After British flights were grounded from Sharm el-Sheikh, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has said that passengers will be returned to the UK tomorrow. Additional security measures are supposed to be taking place by British aviation and security experts.
Britain grounded all UK – Sharm flights following UK and US intelligence suggesting a bomb may have downed the Russian jet in Egypt.
Mark Lowen, a News Correspondent currently at Sharm el-Sheikh Airport said information for passengers was still not available as emergency security measures are put in place.
Airlines have changed their flight plans to and from Sharm el-Sheikh as they work to rearrange fliights and bring passengers home.
British Airways has postponed its flights to and from Sharm el-Sheikh until Friday at the earliest.
EasyJet has cancelled all flights to and from the Sharm and future flights are “under review”.
Thomas Cook has cancelled all flights to Sharm el-Sheikh until the 12th November.
The Irish Aviation Authority said it had directed all Irish airlines not to fly to or from the area until further notice.