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British Airways hopes Sunday according to schedule to fly after IT failure

British Airways hopes Sunday according to schedule to fly after IT failure

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Airline British Airways hopes Sunday according to schedule to be able to fly from Gatwick and Heathrow airports after a large-scale IT failure Saturday.

From Gatwick must be “substantially in accordance with schedule” will be flown on Sunday and from Heathrow airport should be “most flights” to pass through, reports BBC News.

By the interference of Saturday had all flights to and from both airports can be cancelled. The cause is now found sets CEO of British Airways, Alex Cruz. “We think that the problem lay with the power supply.” A cybaraanval connect Cruz, and there would be no indication for it.

“We make our apologies to customers that delays are due to a failure of the IT system”, let Cruz know. Travellers who have a different society have chosen to be Saturday to be able to leave to get their costs for the original British Airways flight back. People who have a later flight may be rebooked by the society.

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Airline British Airways hopes Sunday according to schedule to be able to fly from Gatwick and Heathrow airports after a large-scale IT failure Saturday.
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From Gatwick must be “substantially in accordance with schedule” will be flown on Sunday and from Heathrow airport should be “most flights” to pass through, reports BBC News.
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By the interference of Saturday had all flights to and from both airports can be cancelled. The cause is now found sets CEO of British Airways, Alex Cruz.
© AFP

Many travelers were able to by the fault do not fly to their destination, this caused great bustle in the airports.
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