EasyJet has cancelled over 120 flights flights arriving at and departing from Bristol Airport over the last month - however, there have been five flight cancellations so far today on Tuesday, 28 June.
Other airlines have also cancelled flights at the airport this time, including British Airways, TUI and RyanAir.
Of the estimated 146 cancelled flights, 77 were departing and 69 were arriving at Bristol Airport.
Which flights have been cancelled today?
There are no further flight cancellations to and from Bristol Airport as of Tuesday, 5 July 2022.
What has easyJet said?
The airline has apologised to customers and is advising anyone travelling to check the status of their flight before making their way to Bristol Airport.
“While we expect to operate most of our remaining flying programme some may still be subject to some disruption in the coming hours,” an easyJet spokesperson said.
“We advise customers due to travel with us to continue to check Flight Tracker for the status of their flight before making their way to the airport.
“We apologise for the inconvenience caused and customers can apply for compensation in line with regulations.”
How to know if your flight has been cancelled?
It is recommended that if you are unsure about the status of your flight, you should contact easyJet directly or contact the airport.
However, it is best to note that contacting the airline will be difficult at this time due to high volumes of customers calling due to the ongoing travel crisis.
For a more detailed look at your flight, you can use apps such as FlightStats or FlightAware - all you need to do is enter your flight number, airport and departure date to see if it is cancelled.
Airlines will most likely contact you directly with any details that concern the status of your flight.
What is the situation at Bristol Airport?
More than 120 flights to and from Bristol Airport have been delayed or cancelled, causing all types of disruption for customers.
Airlines such as easyJet were forced to apologise to customers at the aiport after a number of passengers were told to ‘leave’ or they could be arrested.
Bristol Airport has still suffered some disruption such as through long queues and slight delays, but at the moment of publication there has been no additional easyJet flight cancelations.
Are you entitled to a refund?
If an airline issues a cancellation of your flight, you are entitled to a full refund, a gift voucher or you can request to be rebooked for an alternative flight and date.
In a statement issued to BristolWorld, an easyJet spokesperson said: “Customers have been contacted and provided with their options which include rebooking onto an alternative flight or receiving a voucher or full refund.”