Eastern Airways flights from Aberdeen International Airport to Shetland have been cancelled.
Another area of low pressure will be descending on the north of Scotland today, bringing winds of up to 70mph.
Last night’s 8.10pm arrival from Scatsa, Shetland, was cancelled along with ten flights from the island airport tomorrow.
A further 10 departures from Aberdeen to Scatsa have been called off.
It comes as a KLM flight from Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport was diverted to Edinburgh Airport on Saturday morning.
The plane had been due to land in Aberdeen at 10.15, but strong winds forced it to land further south.
An Aberdeen airport spokesman said: “It was because of the weather, it landed and the passengers were coached from Edinburgh to Aberdeen.”