Many flights were canceled over the last few days primarily between Ireland and Scotland and from Scotland to other destinations. However, this event doesn't change the fact that people still need to travel. In such situations, very often people don't know how to organize the alternative transport.
If you're one of those people who do not know what to do, follow the text of this post until the end.
You live in Ireland or in the north of the UK and your flight is canceled, you can still travel, just move to other means of transport, namely bus or coach.
To help these people who are in this situation, these links should hopefully help them out:
Travel Websites in General (British websites that assist in arranging transportation)
www.traveline.org.uk - Traveline is providing information for local and intercity transport in the UK. You can also call Traveline on +44 (0) 871 200 2233. (call centre is open from 08:00-20:00).
www.transportdirect.co.uk - is also a transport information website for people who wish to plan their journey in the UK , designed to provide train, bus, coach and air information within UK.
www.nationalexpress.co.uk - the largest bus and coach company in the UK. You can find all timetables, ticket and pricing information using journey planner.
www.megabus.com - provides low cost UK inter city travel, with prices starting from as little as £1 + 50 pence booking fee.
www.eurolines.co.uk - Eurolines is National Express' international service to 500 destinations across Europe and Ireland with competitive prices starting from just £38 for an advance return to Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels and Rotterdam which can be booked up to seven days before outward travel.
Check also EuropeBus’ pages, where you'll find detailed information on travel within the UK and from the UK to many European cities.