An IT glitch has left British Airways passengers across the globe frustrated. Passengers flying from Heathrow and Gatwick were asked to check in online as systems at the airport struggled to cope.
Passengers claim for flight delay compensation and cancellation
As a result of the issues a number of flights on Monday had to be cancelled leaving the airline open to claims for compensation.
One passenger flying from Switzerland to London Tweeted that they had been issued with a handwritten boarding pass, whilst another in Las Vegas had to queue for two and a half hours before they were allowed to board their flight.
Problems continued to be reported in both the US and Canada on Tuesday morning.
Earlier this year BA was forced to apologies for check in delays on what is historically one of their busiest days of the year, as their newly updated computer systems failed.