An ash cloud from an Icelandic volcano has grounded hundreds of flights in the UK.
Airports across Scotland are closed and services are affected in Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham, Liverpool and London Stansted.
Flights have also been suspended at Belfast International Airport, with disruption likely to continue throughout the day.
Holidaymakers due to take flights to Spain and elsewhere have been advised to contact their airline for updates.
Guests holidaying at La Manga Club will find plenty of places to enjoy a light bite to eat throughout the day.
As well as restaurants and bars, the resort is home to several cafes where holidaymakers will find a range of snacks and light bites on offer.
For a delicious sandwich or breakfast, guests can head to the Deli Cafe, which is located at Las Lomas Village and boasts a spacious outdoor terrace.
Elsewhere, holidaymakers will find fresh fruit juice and healthy snacks at the Tie Break, which is located in the tennis centre.
Guests staying in self-catering accommodation at La Manga Club can get their holiday off to a great start by ordering a food pack prior to their arrival.
These can be booked through the Resort Reservations Centre and will be left in your apartment, ensuring that you can enjoy a refreshing drink and bite to eat once you have landed.
Packs contain essentials including bread, eggs, cheese, cooked ham, tea bags, sugar and milk, as well as breakfast cereals and yoghurts.
In addition, holidaymakers can order delicious barbecue boxes.
With many flights to Spain and elsewhere being halted by the volcanic ash plume currently travelling across the UK, passengers are being urged to prepare for further disruption.
Matthew Paxton, chief operating officer at Holiday Extras, said travellers expecting to fly tomorrow may wish to consider booking accommodation for the night.
"By reserving your room at an airport hotel you can afford to relax during this time of uncertainty and get safely to the airport in good time," he added.
Transport hubs in Scotland were the first to ground flights this morning, with the rest of the country following later in the day.
Brits planning to jet off on holidays to Spain and other popular destinations have been urged to take out a travel insurance policy before leaving the UK.
Although many people are trying to cut costs due to the economic downturn, scrimping on cover could be a expensive mistake.
"Holidaymakers should protect themselves by ensuring that they have travel insurance in place to cover against any losses should the worst happen," said Jennifer Thomas, a spokesperson for the company.
Holidaymakers are advised to keep important documents locked in their hotel safe and ensure that additional funds are available in case of an emergency.
Children holidaying at La Manga Club this summer will have the opportunity to brush up on their football skills by taking part in an intensive learning programme.
AC Milan coaching staff will be returning to the resort this year to run their official junior training camp.
Youngsters can pick up tips from the very same people who have worked alongside the likes of Ronaldinho and David Beckham.
The seven-day camp runs from July 11th to July 17th and is suitable for boys and girls aged between six and 17.
People planning to book flights to Spain in the near future may be interested to learn that Liverpool John Lennon Airport (JLA) has seen its passenger numbers increase significantly over the last quarter.
The transport hub handled 15 per cent more travellers than it did during the same period in 2009.
Neil Pakey, deputy chief executive for Peel Airports, said Liverpool is bucking the national trend and is currently one of the UK's best performing airports in terms of passenger growth.
"More and more passengers are now flying via the airport and improved accessibility from across the region means that JLA is becoming the airport of choice for a growing numbers of travellers from right across the north-west," he added.
Brits hoping to escape the gloomy UK weather and take a holiday in Spain this summer may wish to consider heading to the Roda Golf Resort.
Located in Murcia, the complex basks in sunshine for more than 300 days a year, making it the ideal place for golf enthusiasts to hone their skills.
The resort boasts an 18-hole 72-par course designed by renowned golf architect Dave Thomas.
Spread over 55 hectares, the flat land has been transformed into a challenging course, complete with bunkers and water features.
La Manga Club is renowned for its extensive golf and tennis facilities. However, guests do not have to be sports enthusiasts to have a good time.
There are dozens of ways to relax at the resort, with several swimming pools to choose from, as well as spacious sun terraces.
Another great way to relax is by visiting the spa and indulging in a revitalising treatment or taking a dip in the jacuzzi.
If the idea of playing golf on a sun-soaked course appeals to you, then why not consider holidaying at La Manga Club?
Located in the popular Spanish region of Murcia, the resort is easily accessible for players travelling from the UK and is renowned for the quality of its facilities.
As well as three championship courses, golf enthusiasts will be pleased to learn that there is an 80-bay floodlit driving range where players can practice teeing off.
In addition, there are two chipping greens and a crazy golf course, which the whole family can enjoy.
Guests can also improve their game with the help of a professional tutor.