Liverpool John Lennon Airport: Delayed and cancelled flights after air traffic control failures
Full list of cancelled and delayed flights at Liverpool Airport following UK air traffic control failures.
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Thousands of passengers were stranded at airports after a network-wide failure of UK air traffic control systems, with many sat on planes but unable to take-off.
On Monday evening, Liverpool John Lennon Airport said the systems failure had been resolved, but warned there would be a ‘knock-on effect causing some delays and cancellations’.
A spokesperson for the airport said: “We advise all passengers to check with their airline for information about their flight. Once again, we apologise for any inconvenience caused today.”
As predicted, the issue is continuing to impact passengers arriving and departing from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, with at least seven cancelled flights announced on Tuesday morning.
Cancelled flights at Liverpool John Lennon Airport
As of 9.15am, these are today’s (August 29) cancelled flights at Liverpool Airport:
- EZY 3421 to Faro - 7.25am
- FR 441 to Dublin - 7.45am
- FR 442 from Dublin - 7.20am
- EZY 3366 from Tenerife-South - 7.35am
- EZY 535 from Belfast City - 9.10am
- EZY 3368 from Malaga - 1.35pm
- EZY 3422 from Faro - 1.45pm
Delayed flights from Liverpool John Lennon Airport
As of 9.15am, these are today’s (August 29) delayed flights from Liverpool Airport:
- EZY 3355 to Alicante - 9.40am - due to depart at 11.40am
- EZY 501 to Belfast Int. - 10.00am - due to depart at 10.20am
TransPennine Express (TPE) is offering customers returning from holiday the chance to travel for free, following the air traffic control problems.
People who have been affected by the issue and are arriving back to the UK on an alternative date, time or at a different airport, will be able to travel on TPE Standard Class at no charge.
Customers should present their airline ticket or boarding pass as proof of returning during the disruption.