EasyJet says it’s going to cancel greater than 200 flights over the subsequent 10 days, placing half-term breaks in danger for hundreds of travellers.
The airline mentioned that about 24 flights from London Gatwick could be affected every day between now and 6 June.
A spokeswoman for the corporate mentioned: “We’re very sorry for the late discover of a few of these cancellations and inconvenience induced for patrons booked on these flights, nevertheless we consider that is needed to supply dependable companies over this busy interval.
“Clients are being knowledgeable from in the present day (Friday) and supplied with the choice to rebook their flight or obtain a refund and might apply for compensation in step with rules.”
“Over the subsequent week we can be working round 1,700 flights per day, with round 1 / 4 of those working to and from Gatwick.”
The information comes after a software problem forced the airline to cancel around 200 flights on Thursday, inflicting huge queues in numerous UK airports.
In different journey disruption, Liverpool FC supporters confronted lengthy delays on the Port of Dover on Friday as they waited to cross the Channel to Paris for Saturday’s Champions League match.
The port said passengers should pack adequate supplies as it’s anticipating “a really busy week forward”.
Airline passengers additionally confronted prolonged queues at airports similar to Manchester, Stansted and Bristol.