Flying with British Airways? You might want to call your boss and tell them you won't make it in time for that important business meeting. The UK carrier airline has warned it is dealing with a system outage after numerous customers took to social media to complain about long queues, unexpected delays, and issues using its app. It appears London's Gatwick airport is one of the affected locations. "We are experiencing some systems problems this mo... (Date:08/07/2019 09:54) Read full article >>

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