British Airways pressured to cancel flights
BRITISH Airways has been pressured to cancel a variety of flights because of Storm Eunice hitting the UK at present.
British Airways mentioned on Twitter: “The arrival circulation price at London Heathrow is being lowered because of gale power winds.
“If you wish to change your flight, ship us a DM with extra data and we’ll be blissful to check out this for you.”
The airline additionally mentioned in an announcement: “Like different airways, we’re anticipating excessive climate circumstances at airports throughout the UK on account of Storm Eunice, which is able to trigger vital disruption.
“Security is our primary precedence, and we’re cancelling a variety of flights.
“We’re doing every part we will to minimise disruption for our prospects, together with placing on bigger plane the place attainable and offering a spread of versatile rebooking choices.
“We’d wish to thank prospects for his or her persistence and advise them to test the most recent flight data on our web site earlier than heading to the airport.”
This publish first appeared on Thesun.co.uk