UK airport chaos: Tui boss emails customers apologising for ‘distress caused by cancellations’

Holiday operator Tui has issued a grovelling apology to all customers for their ‘poor experience’ amid the ongoing travel chaos as easyJet cancelled a further 47 flights today with London airports particularly badly hit again.

Some 16 easyJet flights at London Gatwick were axed today along with another ten at Luton, eight at Belfast, seven at Bristol, six at Stansted and a handful more at Birmingham, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Newcastle.

And Tui managing director Andrew Flintham issued a 300-word…

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