is the chaos over?
British Airways has warned there will be further delays after Saturdays world-wide computer failure that affected Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Disruptions are expected to continue over the next few days and BA said in tweet Sunday morning: “Please don’t travel to the airport today, 28 May, unless you have a confirmed booking. Check your flight status here http://ba.uk/eJxMhJ”
Please don’t travel to the airport today, 28 May, unless you have a confirmed booking. Check your flight status here https://t.co/rwEDLdx8me
— British Airways (@British_Airways) May 28, 2017
BA has apologised over this incident which is believed to have been caused by a power supply issue and they have said passengers will be assisted in rebooking flights.
Sunday has so far seen 29 cancelled flights and 91 BA flights are scheduled to depart from both Gatwick and Heathrow airports.
A spokesman for BA said: We are continuing to work hard to restore all of our IT systems and are aiming to operating a near normal schedule at Gatwick and the majority of services from Heathrow on Sunday.
“We are extremely sorry for the huge disruption caused to customers throughout Saturday and understand how frustrating their experiences will have been.”
A passenger travelling Sunday, said to LondonLovesBusiness that “there are big queues of people and the aiport is very busy but we are flying today.”