A ‘worldwide’ technical glitch with British Airway’s check-in system has lead to significant delays for passengers at airports including Gatwick, with no certainty as to when it will be fixed.
Hand-written boarding passes are being issued in place of electronic ones, leaving customers frustrated at long queues at airports.
In a tweet this morning, the airline said it was checking-in passengers as usual from Heathrow and Gatwick, but customers are being encouraged to check-in online to avoid delays.
The system failure was reported last night, but there is as yet no indication of when the issue will be resolved.
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