Cancellation of Easyjet and TUI flights and long queues at some UK airports as passengers face half-term violation | UK News

EasyJet says it will cancel more over 200 flights over in next 10 days by placing half-term breaks down in risk for thousands of travelers.

The airline said about 24 flights from Gatwick would be affected each day between now and June 6.

press secretary for the company said: “We are very sorry for late notice of a little of these cancellations and inconveniences caused for customers have booked on these flights, however we believe it is necessary to provide a reliable service over this is busy period.

“Customers are informed from today (Friday) and provided with in option rebook your flight or get a refund and can apply for compensation in line with regulations.

“Above next week we will operating about 1700 flights per day, with around quarter of these operating to Gatwick and back.

news should a software problem which forced the airline to cancel about 200 flights. on Thursday.

At the same time, passengers facing long queues at airports including Gatwick, Manchester, Stansted and Bristol. People on social media reported a long wait times at Dublin airport.

Also, holiday firm TUI says a little of his flights were canceled or delayed.

The representative said: half-term Holidays are always amazing. busy period with many clients want to leave. Unfortunately, due to various operational and supply chain issues small amount of flights were delayed or cancelled.

“We’d like to assure customers that we are doing our best to minimize delays and will in direct communication should them holiday be affected. got married like thank customers for their patience and understanding during this time.”

British Airways stated that set manage your schedule as planned and does not experience any significant problems.

In other cases of travel disruption, Liverpool fans faced long delays in port of Dover on Friday when they waited to cross the English Channel to Paris for Saturday Champions League final against Real Madrid.

There is also high demand for sailing away from families departing on trips to the continent for half-term.

The port said that the passengers should pack adequate supplies because he expects “very busy a week ahead.”


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