British Airways has cancelled another 10,300 flights between August and the end of October.
The airline says the move is intended to “protect holiday flights” after the airport chaos seen earlier this year.
More than 100,000 passengers visiting popular destinations including Faro in Portugal and Malaga in Spain are likely to be affected. BA says that most cancelled flights will be short haul on routes where there is more than one daily departure.
A spokesperson adds that a majority of passengers are likely to be unaffected and will manage to go abroad as planned.
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