Heathrow is advising passengers that "disruption continues today following yesterday's weather" and that passenger's must check the status of their flight before departing for the airport.
Flights were suspended at Birmingham and Luton Airports with Sunday afternoon's BA flight from Heathrow to Gibraltar-cancelled. Reuters reported that the regional airport of Eindhoven was shut completely on Monday, canceling all flights. While efforts are always made to try to protect intercontinental flights, time after time crew went "out of hours".
Meanwhile on the continent almost 300 KLM flights were canceled at Amsterdam's Schipol airport, according to the BBC, which noted that 50 flights were canceled at Brussels airport.
"We are very sorry for the difficulties caused by the poor weather". Heavy rain overnight and snowfall this morning, combined with a reduction in the number of flights able to land at Heathrow have caused disruption to our flight schedule.
Mr Robertson told the 's: "We have no issues - all of the cancellations are down to issues elsewhere".
Those flying today, and in the next few days have been urged to visit the website of their airport for updates or contact their airline for further information.
Other airlines including Aer Lingus, Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines and Swiss cancelled services from their hubs to Heathrow and back.
Brutal winds shut down ferry services between the southern Spanish port of Algeciras and Tangiers in Morocco, while also shuttering some schools in southern Spain.
Glasgow and Aberdeen Airports were also reporting cancellations to several flights heading to England and Amsterdam.
At Stansted, around 50 flights were cancelled because the runway was closed for much of the morning.
With a logjam at Heathrow, incoming flights were diverted, with planes from Paris, Iceland, Finland and Athens being sent to Newcastle, while passengers from Zurich, Zagreb, Vienna, Gibraltar, Nice and Madrid went to Cardiff.