The Independent website reported that a technical malfunction occurred at British Airways on Sunday (May 25), forcing the cancellation of at least 60 flights, including short-haul and long-haul flights. Thousands of passengers stranded And many passengers do not have luggage.
The report says that IT crashes paralyze airline operations Outbound and inbound flights were severely delayed. It also affects airline websites and booking systems. The incident also came before Heathrow Airport was expected to be at its busiest.
Passengers queuing in long lines inside Heathrow Airport. when trying to find a way to switch to another airline As several passengers on the plane landed Unable to get off the plane
This event indicates the latest system crash. pa British Airways Airways has faced this many times in recent years. which sometimes crashes throughout the day causing chaos. And the airline had to pay millions of pounds in compensation.
British Airways said: “Our staff are working hard to expedite any technical issues that occurred this afternoon (May 25). We apologize for the inconvenience and thank all passengers for their patience.
Several destinations from Heathrow Airport have been affected. including Vienna, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Edinburgh, Venice, Rome, Hamburg, Aberdeen and Milan, while long-haul flights to Boston, New York and Mumbai have been cancelled.
By InfoQuest News Agency (26 May ’23)
Tags: British Airways , Airlines