British Airways customers are in mammoth queues again today with some delayed for up to 17 hours after a night sleeping on terminal floors, benches and in coffee shops. The chaos began yesterday when a check-in system meltdown hit 70,000 BA passengers at all its UK airports with thousands also stranded across the globe. And today lines of people are forming again at Heathrow and Gatwick as the beleaguered airline warned of a ‘knock-on’ disruption despite fixing their IT meltdown yesterday afternoon. Julie Raybould, from Watford, was meant to fly back to London from Edinburgh yesterday evening but is not expected to take-off until 2pm today. She told MailOnline: ‘People were sleeping in the Costa. We eventually managed to get a bed in a Wetherspoons in town and left the airport at 1.15am. BA were dreadful - they just left us to fend for ourselves’. In a series of tweets she blasted BA and said: ‘Now delayed 17 hours. No help to get us a bed for the night – simply told to leave gate, collect bags and sort ourselves out’. She added: ‘So disappointed with lack of care to this point. Treated no better than any low cost airline and we… Read full this story
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