British Airways hopes Tuesday to fly according to schedule
Airline British Airways is expected on Tuesday, according to the normal schedule to be able to fly.
That made the London Heathrow airport is known.
Flights from and to Heathrow were Saturday, Sunday and Monday with problems as a result of a computer failure at the Uk airline. A problem with the supply of electricity laid the computer system of British Airways to worldwide flat.
By the jam on Saturday saw British Airways was forced that day, all flights from Heathrow and Gatwick to cancel.
On Sunday deleted the company 95 flights, about 10 percent of the total. In addition, almost a quarter of flights are delayed. Monday were again dozens of flights cancelled.
Hundreds of travelers stuck at London airports due to computer failure British Airways
The flights from Gatwick are all restarted, though sometimes with some delay. British Airways asks people to for the departure from the airports to the status of their flight.
The cause of the malfunction was a problem with the power supply. A cyber attack shut Cruz, and there would be no indication for it.
A lot of delay Heathrow
The issues of flights of British Airways as a result of a computer failure, have still not been resolved.
The British airline canceled Sunday, more than a third of flights from Heathrow Airport, on Saturday couldn’t be a single flight to leave.
It brought thousands of travelers in trouble and there was great hustle and bustle at the airports.
Had Alex Cruz, the CEO of British Airways, to know that “most flights” on Sunday, you need to be able to depart from Heathrow.
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