Tui apologized for the cancellation of several flights, blaming “operational and supply chain issues” for making things worse. half-term travel plans.
Travel Company on Saturday announced “small amount” of flight cancellation – six in total – and delays at Birmingham, Gatwick and Manchester airports.
This happened after the cancellation of easyJet. more over 200 flights over in next 10 days, how many schools broke down up on Friday for half-term. It says the cancellation will affect about 24 flights per day from Gatwick Airport between Saturday and June 6.
Tui said he’d deliver refreshments. for customer delay and hotel accommodation “if necessary”. They promised to return money for canceled flights within two weeks.
representative for the travel company said, “We would like apologize for inconvenience for clients who experienced a flight delay or cancellation. Delays were caused because of the combination of factors, and we do our best to keep customers updated and provide refreshments and, if necessary, provide hotel accommodation.
“Where do we have made difficult decision cancel small amount of flights, customers will receive full return within 14 days and we will contact them directly to help they are trying to find another holiday. We will like to thank our customers for their understanding and apologies for any inconvenience caused”.
EasyJet apologized for his 200 cancellations, but said they were “necessary to provide a reliable service over this is busy period”.
“We took decision make a pre-cancellation of about 24 Gatwick flights per day from May 28 to June 6,” the spokesman said. “We are very sorry for late notice of a little of these cancellations and inconveniences caused for customers have booked on these flights.
They are added: “Customers are informed from today [Friday] and subject to with in option rebook your flight or get a refund and can apply for compensation in line with regulations.”
There was also long queues are reported at airports including Gatwick, Manchester, Stansted and Bristol.
Meanwhile, Liverpool fans on them way in Paris for Champions League final on Saturday and family on half-term breaks faced significant waiting in port of Dover and airports.
thousands of football fans went down on port on Friday and there high demand from vacationers.
AT half-term travel information The port advised passengers to “pack necessary supplies, including food and water”. in case of delays and warned that “expects” very busy a week ahead.”
They said, “We ask that everyone allow lots of of time for of their journey and advise ferry passengers to check with their chosen operator for updates”.