British Airways outage updates – Hundreds are unable to check in or book flights as the British airline’s website and app are down

“Technical problems affect some departing and arriving flights”

Heathrow Airport has confirmed that some flights are being affected by British Airways “technical issues” today.

British Airways recently confirmed that services are “coming back online”.

Systems are coming back online

British Airways has confirmed that its systems are “coming back online”.

In a response on Twitter, BA said: “Our systems are slowly coming back online, Cristo. I recommend continuing to try. Thank you for your patience, Julie.”

Here’s how to get British Airways flights to Spain for just £1

You can book flights to Spain with British Airways for just £1 – but there’s a catch.

Many Brits will be looking for ways to save money on their next holiday, with most on a much tighter budget due to the cost of living crisis.

But the airline is offering customers the chance to buy flights to holiday hotspots in Europe for just £1.

Last month, British Airways launched Avios-only flights to Sharm El Sheikh and Geneva, with both routes selling out in less than 24 hours.

Due to its popularity, the airline has introduced several more Avios-only flights to Tenerife, Lanzarote and Barcelona.

On Avios-only flights, customers use their Avios points to purchase their airline tickets.

While these flights are exclusive to points holders, passengers who only have enough points for a one-way ticket can purchase their return ticket on another flight.

Two route options are available for 2023, including London Gatwick to Las Palmas between November 15th and 22nd.

British Airways release statement

A British Airways spokesperson told Sun Online Travel: “Our teams are working hard to resolve a technical issue that occurred this afternoon.

“We apologize for the inconvenience and thank our customers for their patience.”

Reports are declining

Reports of problems with British Airways’ website have fallen below 100 due to “technical difficulties”.

Customers continue to face problems

British Airways customers have taken to social media to express their displeasure after experiencing problems with their website.

One user said: “@British_Airways is there a problem with your website? Check-in is not possible.”

A second commented: “Staying on the tarmac while your system is down is unacceptable. Drop flights and then try to get back on.”

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