Flights have been delayed at Manchester airport following problems with aviation fuel supplies. Thirteen flights were delayed but, according to the airport, all flights would leave when the tanks had refilled.
The fuel shortage was due to unexpected problems with supplies from the Essar refinery.
An airport spokesman said: "Most of the flights are operating normally. There were no cancellations, no diversions, and most of the airlines have made contingency plans for fuel."
Passengers are advised to check their flight status with the airline before leaving for the airport.
More information can be found on the website for Manchester Airport.
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