BA said on Thursday morning that its teams were working to “resolve a technical issue” and that it was rebooking customers onto alternative flights.
Our teams are working hard to resolve a technical issue which is affecting some of our flights. I'm sorry for the inconvenience the delays have caused you, Nicole. Kimbers— British Airways (@British_Airways) November 21, 2019
This is the latest setback for the airline after an IT outage in August that saw 91 flights cancelled and delays to 200 more.
A pilots strike meanwhile landed the airline with a £121mln bill after almost a hundred UK flights were scrapped.
In a statement on Thursday, BA said that it plans to operate a “full flight schedule today”, but that there may be “some knock-on delays to flights” and advised customers to check their website for the latest flight information.
Last month, IAG, which owns the airline, reported 7% lower operating profits in the three months to the end of September.
Shares in FTSE 100 company IAG were down 0.6% at 547.6p in morning trading on Thursday.