Meanwhile, Dublin Airport, Shannon Airport, Cork Airport and Ireland West Airport in Knock are all planning on resuming services early on Saturday morning, but are urging passengers to check with their respective airlines before travelling to the airport.
Passengers whose flights are cancelled or heavily delayed by bad weather are not entitled to cash compensation, but the airline must provide meals and, if necessary, overnight accommodation to stranded travellers.
"Airport staff have worked continuously through the night to clear the runway, wider airfield and passenger walkways". There are also flood advisories in effect until 5 p.m. for parts of Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx.
The Irish low-priced carrier has announced that the twice-weekly Aberdeen - Malaga Costa del Sol route will not be operating during the winter season starting in November this year through to March 2019 for "commercial reasosns".
"It is our aim to operate some services on the Expressway inter-city network, and possibly a level of regional city and town services in less affected areas".
Flybe has cancelled all flights at Cardiff today and at Exeter until 6.30am tomorrow.
SNOW chaos has forced all buses in Edinburgh to be cancelled as most Glasgow services remain on standby.
Cork airport said it remained closed until Saturday.
A spokesperson for Luton Airport said: "London Luton Airport is fully operational and open as usual".
A Birmingham Airport spokesperson said: "We are open and operational so the cancellations are due to weather in other parts of the United Kingdom and Europe". All affected customers have been notified of their options by email or text message, it said.