Full list of UK flights cancelled today including TUI and easyJet

MORE flights have been cancelled again today as travel chaos continues to plague British holidaymakers.

Delayed flights, cancelled holidays and huge airport queues have ruined thousands of family's plans in recent days.

Here is the list of airlines who have cancelled flights today.


TUI has cancelled another six flights today, as part of their schedule reduction until the end of the month.

The tour operator announced yesterday that they would cancel nearly 200 flights throughout June to reduce travel chaos with short notice cancellations.

Brits who have their flights cancelled will be contacted by TUI.

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EasyJet has cancelled more than 30 flights today, as part of their schedule reduction until June 6.

This includes flights from London Gatwick, Manchester, Bristol and Edinburgh.

Destinations across Europe include:

  • Amsterdam
  • Bologna
  • Bordeaux
  • Catania
  • Funchal (Madeira)
  • Krakow
  • Ljubljana
  • Munich
  • Pisa
  • Prague
  • Pristina
  • Sofia
  • Valencia
  • Venice

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British Airways

British Airways has cancelled another 124 flights today, affecting both long haul and short haul flights.

However, these cancellations were done in advance as part of their schedule reduction until October, so passengers will have been contacted before today if their flight was affected.

The flag carrier confirmed that 16,000 flights between March and October would be cancelled to prevent short-notice cancellations.

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