FILE PHOTO: a British Airways logo on the tail and the fins at Heathrow Airport in west London, united Kingdom, February 23, 2018. (REUTERS photo/Hannah McKay/File Photo
LONDON (Reuters) – British Airways is experiencing problems with the online check-in system on Wednesday, which disrupted some flights.
The airline, which is owned by International Airlines Group, which apologized to customers for the disruption and said the technical team was working to resolve the issue as soon as possible. It urged customers to take extra time at the airport.
Messages are BA on Twitter and showed the customers at the airports, including Gatwick and Newcastle in the united Kingdom, and the customers have to wait to fly back to the Uk, was not able to check-in online.
“We have experienced some system issues this morning, which has an impact on the check-in and flight,” he said. “This has an impact on other systems as well.”
BA was forced to cancel flights at Heathrow, which is Europe’s largest airport, a little over a year ago, due to problems with a supplier in THE system, and while it suffered a massive computer failure in the system, and in May of 2017, as a result of a power-supply issue, which is stranded 75,000 customers.
Reporting by Kate Holton and Paul Sandle; editing by Guy Faulconbridge