British Airways forced to cancel flights

BRITISH Airways has been forced to cancel a number of flights due to Storm Eunice hitting the UK today.

British Airways said on Twitter: “The arrival flow rate at London Heathrow is being reduced due to gale force winds.

“If you want to change your flight, send us a DM with more information and we’ll be happy to take a look at this for you.”

The airline also said in a statement: “Like other airlines, we’re expecting extreme weather conditions at airports across the UK as a result of Storm Eunice, which will cause significant disruption.

“Safety is our number one priority, and we’re cancelling a number of flights.

“We’re doing everything we can to minimise disruption for our customers, including putting on larger aircraft where possible and providing a range of flexible rebooking options.

“We’d like to thank customers for their patience and advise them to check the latest flight information on our website before heading to the airport.”

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