The airline suffered a major breakdown on Thursday, May 26, preventing it from maintaining many European flights, reports “The Independent”. On this long Ascension weekend, the breakdown falls badly for some French people who had planned a getaway beyond the borders of France. Thousands of easyJet passengers had their flights canceled today. According to the British daily The Independent, Thursday, May 26, these cancellations are due to “immanent problems with the airline’s computer systems”. At least 200 flights would be affected on the European continent. Asked by the newspaper, easyJet said that the problem had been partially resolved since 6 p.m. (French time), but that the disruptions will continue “for the next few hours”. “Our team of IT specialists are working to restore our systems as soon as possible. as quickly as possible. We advise customers who are to travel with us today to continue to consult Flight Tracker (a site allowing to follow air traffic in real time, editor’s note) to check the status of their flight before going to the airport”, said an easyJet spokeswoman. “We apologize for the inconvenience and would like to thank customers for their patience as we work to resolve this issue. »READ ALSO These very expensive time slots in airportsCompensation first refused […] Read moreVIDEO – 5 things to know about easyJet
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