Eurostar has announced it is operating a restricted timetable till Sunday 21 September, and advising passengers against all but absolute essential travel.
The high-speed train operator is running just 12 services daily on its London to Paris service, instead of 21, and six services from London to Brussels, instead of the usual 10.Travellers should check-in as normal for the train times given on their tickets and will be put on the next available trains where possible.
Eurostar has warned that this could mean passengers waiting a long time before boarding. Journey times could also be significantly longer.
Travellers departing London should note that check-in will close at 18.45 (BST) until further notice. Travellers departing Paris should note that check-in will close at 20.00 (CET) until further notice. Brussels check-in will close at 20.30 (CET).
All travellers with non-essential journeys up to Sunday 21 September can get a refund or exchange their tickets for travel at a later date.