One other day brings dozens extra cancelled flights for travellers to, from and throughout the UK. After round 300 flights have been grounded over the Easter weekend by British Airways, the cancellations are persevering with at airports throughout the UK.
British Airways and easyJet have grounded flights primarily to and from their largest hubs, London Heathrow and London Gatwick respectively.
The airways cite workers shortages brought on by illness as the reason for their issues.
BA has grounded no less than 50 home, European and Mediterranean flights to and from Heathrow thus far on Tuesday.
The airline says most passengers got discover of per week or two of flight cancellations.
British Airways to/from Heathrow
- Belfast Metropolis
- Paris CDG (2)
- Milan Malpensa
- Milan Linate
EasyJet from Gatwick
In the meantime easyJet has cancelled no less than 10 flights to and from its largest base, Gatwick, together with round-trips to Amsterdam, Berlin, Malaga, Menorca and Milan Malpensa.
All passengers whose flights are cancelled are entitled to new flights and, if the trigger is workers illness, money compensation – if the cancellation was introduced lower than two weeks prematurely.