More bank holiday chaos
British Airways computer systems have gone down world-wide and thousands of passengers have been left stranded at airports.
British Airways said in tweet Saturday morning: “We apologise for the current IT systems outage. We are working to resolve the problem as quickly as possible.”
We apologise for the current IT systems outage. We are working to resolve the problem as quickly as possible.
— British Airways (@British_Airways) May 27, 2017
Friday saw thousands of passengers at Gatwick airport unable to travel with their luggage as the conveyor system went down.
Frustrated passengers posted their frustrations on Twitter. Michael Singh wrote this message:
— Michael Singh (@MikeSingh2) May 27, 2017
— heather shuker (@heathershuker) May 27, 2017
This passenger said: “Feel sorry for these guys, they’ve been on the plane for a couple of hours waiting to push back, due to the computer outage.”
— Gareth Wharton (@theboyg) May 27, 2017
Good question, has British Airways been hacked?
— c∕̴Ɩbdulazeez Aliero (@thisisAleso) May 27, 2017
@British_Airwayscurrently queueing at Heathrow and there have been no announcements at all. Why is this??
— Aimee Scott (@AimeeScott) May 27, 2017
— Stephen Jones (@SteveJonesPA) May 27, 2017