Half-term holiday hell: Families ‘dumped’ at the WRONG airport, kicked off overbooked flights and EasyJet loses luggage – as staff QUIT on the spot and bosses blame passengers for turning up five hours early (after telling them to)

by Boo_Randy

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Furious passengers have revealed their holiday hell after being kicked off ‘overbooked flights’, luggage bungles and families being left at the wrong airport as chaotic scenes continued to plague Britain’s airline industry at the start of half-term week.

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Airports from Bristol to Manchester have reported huge queues of up to five hours as the school break began today – and the aviation industry continues to buckle under a surge in demand and last-minute bookings.


Per CBS News, more than 1,200 US flights were canceled as of Saturday afternoon. Delta was performing the worst on that score among US airlines, with some 9 percent of its operations (more than 240 flights) eliminated for the day. Moreover, Delta’s largest hub at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta is having an especially tough time, it seems. Five percent of all Delta flights there were canceled, with 7 percent delayed.



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