BRITISH Airways has cancelled more than 100 flights today, as part of their ongoing schedule reduction.
The airline has been forced to reduce its schedule until May, in a bid to prevent passenger disruption at short notice.
The affected British Airways flights are both domestic and international, with European hotspots affected including Malaga, Palma and Lisbon.
Ten flights across the UK have been cancelled, with domestic routes from Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen affected.
The rest of the flights cancelled are cross Europe, with affected destinations including:
Travellers on the cancelled flights have been told a few weeks in advance.
EasyJet has also cancelled a number of flights across the UK and Europe, with more than 70 affected from Gatwick Airport.
It comes just hours after BA was forced to cancel long haul routes across the summer, putting holidays at risk.
BA has cancelled UK flights to Miami, Hong Kong and Tokyo throughout the summer, with plans to scrap the routes for at least four months.
Flights from Heathrow to Miami will be cut from two to one a day from June 4 until at least September 7, BA customers were told.
Hong Kong has been removed from the flight log due to the ongoing entry restrictions caused by the Covid pandemic.
The airline has also suspended London to Tokyo flights for the rest of the summer 2022 season.
The additional cancellations are another blow to Brits hoping to go away this summer, the first in two years for many.
BA and easyJet have cancelled thousands of flights in the past month, with the CEO of Ryanair has warneding that Brits should expect the travel chaos to continue for months.
Following the travel chaos – which has seen passengers miss their flights at Manchester Airport – an airline employee has revealed the top three things passengers should do if their flight is cancelled.
It’s not just the airports – thousands of passengers have had their holidays disrupted by the P&O Ferries cancellations after suspending all services over the Easter weekend.
And to cap it off, lots of families have been forced to cancel their holidays due to huge delays in passport renewals, which has seen many wait more than the recommended 10 weeks.