easyJet More than 200 flights across Europe have been canceled today, May 26, due to technical problems with computers. Thousands of passengers remained on the ground at airports, reporting the crash. He also participated in at least 30 flights in Italy. “Unfortunately, we are currently experiencing issues with our IT systems, which are affecting flights,” an easyJet spokesperson said.
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“We apologize to our customers whose flights have been affected,” the company wrote on Twitter, inviting travelers to check their flight information via the Flight Tracker app or the official app. “Our team is working to restore systems as quickly as possible,” easyJet added. On Wednesday, the planes in question were supposed to take off from the United Kingdom, but also from other airports in Europe, notably Paris. However, according to The Independent, the issue will not be resolved as part of the flights scheduled for Thursday night, and will also be cancelled. Passengers whose flight has been canceled should receive a seat on another plane, a hotel room, if necessary, and possibly financial compensation as soon as possible.
We apologize to all customers whose flights were affected due to IT system issues. You can check your flight status here >>> https://t.co/z1q01rpz7Z
– easyJet 26 May 2022
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