BA ‘KNEW I.T WOULD FAIL’ Whistle-blower claims BA travel chaos was down to dodgy computer system – but ‘bosses refused to fix it’

Officials said a power supply system was responsible for the worldwide crash

 

The meltdown hit check-ins, baggage reclaims, the website and even phone lines. More than 300,000 travellers were left seething after cancellations and delays at Heathrow and Gatwick.

Experts predict BA could face a £300million compensation bill. The whistle-blower insisted the IT could have been avoided.

The source added: “There was a sense behind the scenes that something big was about to happen.

It hit check-ins, baggage reclaims, the website and even phone lines

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It hit check-ins, baggage reclaims, the website and even phone lines

More than 300,000 travellers were left seething after cancellations and delays at Heathrow and Gatwick

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More than 300,000 travellers were left seething after cancellations and delays at Heathrow and Gatwick
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