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British Airways says technical problems at London airports have been resolved

Reuters Wednesday, 7 August 2019
Problems with British Airways' computer systems, which led to cancellations, delays and long queues at London airports on Wednesday have been resolved, a spokesman said.
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News video: British Airways cancels some flights due to IT failure

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Problems with British Airways' IT systems left thousands of passengers facing flight cancellations, delays and long queues at airports. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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