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British Airways calls current time "the most difficult" for the airline industry


British Airways made an announcement regarding cancellation of further flights for the next summer break. The corporation made the decision during a period of significant airport interruptions brought on by employee shortages and a rise in air travel demand.

British Airways announced that it will now reduce its April through October flight schedule by 11%, compared to its May announcement that it would cancel roughly 10% of its planned flights.

British Airways spokesperson said, "It has unfortunately been necessary to resort to new flight cancellations as the entire airline sector is still experiencing the most challenging time in its history."

The official continued, "We stay in touch with consumers to apologize and offer to rebook the ticket or issue a full refund.

The British Airways is canceling more than 650 flights from London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports to a variety of locations, including resorts in Spain, Portugal, and Greece, according to a Monday evening article in The Telegraph. Up to 105,000 airline passengers would be affected by these disruptions.

source: telegraph.co.uk