MORE flights have been cancelled again today as travel chaos continues to plague British holidaymakers.
Delayed flights, cancelled holidays and huge airport queues have ruined thousands of family’s plans in recent days.
Here is the list of airlines that have cancelled flights today.
It comes after more than 30 flights were grounded on Saturday amid a chaotic weekend.
This includes flights from London Gatwick, Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh.
Destinations across Europe include:
- Funchal (Madeira)
British Airways has cancelled further flights today, though the amont is unclear.
Om Saturday, 124 flights were cancelled affecting both long haul and short-haul flights – including:
However, these cancellations were done in advance as part of their schedule reduction until October, so passengers will have been contacted before today if their flight was affected.
The flag carrier confirmed that 16,000 flights between March and October would be cancelled to prevent short-notice cancellations.
The Sun has contacted BA for information on today’s cancellations.
It is unclear whether TUI has cancelled flights today after another six flights were scrubbed off yest as part of their schedule reduction until the end of the month.
The tour operator announced yesterday that they would cancel nearly 200 flights throughout June to reduce travel chaos with short notice cancellations.
Brits who have their flights cancelled will be contacted by TUI.
The Sun has contacted the company for details about today’s take offs.
Jet2 has confirmed to The Sun that no flights have been ditched today.
A spokesperson said: “Jet2.com has not cancelled flights. The half-term period is a very popular time for holidaymakers and we are operating a huge programme of flights, taking many thousands of customers away on their well-deserved holidays.
“We are receiving positive feedback from many happy customers, thanks to our dedicated teams who are continuing to work tirelessly to provide the best customer service in the industry. You only have to look at our fully staffed check-in desks to see the difference between ourselves and other airlines.
“We took action to recruit well ahead of the bounce back and as such we have a very visible uniformed presence (referred to as the Red Team) in our UK airports as well as in our main overseas airports and in resorts.
“This team are on hand, making an enormous difference in terms of assisting and guiding our customers through their journey with us.
“Of course, we are aware that some customers may have experienced delays at other points in the airport, for instance going through security, however this is completely outside of our control.”