BA computer woes leave flights cancelled and passengers stranded
Update: British Airways says its computer systems and flight schedules are getting back to normal after a massive IT failure caused severe travel disruption on Saturday May 27.
Heathrow and Gatwick airports were the worst affected, with all flights in and out of the London airports cancelled for the day. BA says a power supply issue was to blame for the meltdown, though hasn't been any more specific than that.
As of Sunday May 28, BA said it was "aiming to operate a near normal schedule of flights from Gatwick and the majority of our Heathrow services on Sunday". However it urged passengers not to travel unless their flight was confirmed and to …
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