EasyJet cancels more flights today – here is the full list | The Sun

EASYJET has cancelled more flights today as the airline continues to reduce their schedule at short notice.

More than 40 flights have been cancelled, affecting around 7,000 passengers.

The airline previously confirmed they would be cancelling 600 flights this month, with staff shortages causing problems across the travel industry.

Today's flight cancellations include:

  • Alicante
  • Athens
  • Belfast
  • Bodrum
  • Bordeaux
  • Edinburgh
  • Faro
  • Gran Canaria
  • Hurghada
  • Krakow
  • Madrid
  • Malaga
  • Malta
  • Milan
  • Montpellier
  • Munich
  • Nice
  • Olbia
  • Palermo
  • Paphos
  • Paris
  • Prague
  • Rome

EasyJet has also confirmed that all flights to Egypt's Hurghada have been cancelled until the end of July.

The airline said the cancellations were because of "industry-wide issues".

An easyJet spokesperson said: “There are industry-wide operational issues that are impacting airlines at the moment, which means we have made a number of pre-emptive cancellations.

"This includes all flights to Hurghada from the UK for the remainder of June and July. We are very sorry for the inconvenience this will cause."

They said that any passengers affected will be contacted by the airline.

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A couple with a young child said they had to shell out £1,720 to return to the UK after their EasyJet flight from Hurghada was cancelled.

Askir Ali, 36, his wife Sabrina Begum, 30, and their six-year-old daughter Sophia, said they arrived at Hurghada Airport only to find out their flight had been cancelled with no explanation or alternative. 

The family eventually landed in Manchester Airport at 1pm last Thursday, June 9, ten hours later than scheduled.

But it isn't just easyJet passengers facing flight cancellations, as othermajor airlines have been forced to reduce their schedules in recent weeks.

British Airways has cancelled thousands of flights in advance between March and October to prevent short-notice cancellations.

TUI has been forced to cancel more than 180 flights this month, affecting around six flights a day.

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And Jet2 passengers with trips to Jersey and Amsterdam have seen their flights cancelled as the airline has reduced routes, although confirmed this was not due to Covid-related issues.

Martin Lewis' MoneySavingExpert.com has issued fresh advice to customers that they are due an alternative flight or full refund if their flights have been cancelled or delayed.

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