Mazic News is compiling a list of all canceled flights from major airports across the UK as the travel chaos lingers
Flights out of London Gatwick were hardest hit, but other airports also faced cancellations, delays and long queues.
Flight cancellations from Bristol
- EasyJet U2393 flight to Inverness: Tuesday 7 June 10:35am
- EasyJet U26177 flight to Olbia: Tuesday 7 June at 12:15 p.m
- EasyJet U26241 flight to Bilbao: Tuesday 7 June at 13:20
- EasyJet U26121 flight to Bordeaux: Tuesday 7 June 13:50
- EasyJet U26235 flight to Paris Orly: Tuesday 7 June 16:10
- EasyJet U2405 flight to Glasgow Intl: Tuesday 7 June 4:20pm
- EasyJet U26035 flight to Madrid: Tuesday 7 June at 17:55
- EasyJet U26157 flight to Geneva: Tuesday 7 June 18:15
Flight cancellations from Luton
- EasyJet U22366 flight to Lisbon: Tuesday 7 June 13:10
- EasyJet U22454 flight to Palermo: Tuesday 7 June at 2:15 p.m
- EasyJet U22166 flight to Amsterdam: Tuesday 7 June 19:30
Flight cancellations from Manchester
- EasyJet U21888 flight to Munich: Tue 7 June 19:00
- EasyJet U2138 flight to Belfast International: Tuesday 7 June 22:10
Flight cancellations from Birmingham
There are currently no canceled flights from Birmingham Airport.
However, there are some delays throughout the day affecting Jet2 flights – for example to Alicante, Dubrovnik and Santorini.
Flight cancellations from Edinburgh
- EasyJet U26926 flight to Amsterdam: Tuesday 7 June 19:00
- Flight Loganair LM398 to Orkney Kirkwall: Tuesday 7 June at 19:05
Flight cancellations from Belfast International
- EasyJet U2137 flight to Manchester: Tuesday 7 June 20:45
What did airport managers say?
Bristol Airport’s head of customer operations has apologized after weeks of queues.
A lack of staff was partly blamed for disruptions and delays.
A job fair is set to be held on Thursday to try to fill the remaining 100 vacancies at the airport, which has lost 400 employees during the pandemic.
Richard Thomasson, Head of Customer Operations, said: “We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused, we share your frustration.
“I assure customers going forward that we are doing everything we can to support these numbers.”
He added: “We will continue to work with our airlines to minimize disruption and for the very small number of customers who have missed their flight, we will work with our airlines to enable them to get on their holiday as soon as possible .”
Manchester Airport issued a statement apologizing for delays at check-in desks and baggage claim.
The statement said: “We are aware of the challenge faced by a number of airlines and handling agents, resulting in delays in check-in and baggage claim for some passengers.
“We are in contact with the senior management teams of the relevant airlines and ground handlers to understand the root cause of these issues and to support their efforts to resolve them as quickly as possible.”
The statement added: “It remains our advice that passengers should arrive three hours before their flight and prepare as well as possible for their journey through the airport.”