Which flights does EasyJet cancel?

EasyJet aircraft on the tarmac

EasyJet has grounded over 200 flights (Image: Getty)

EasyJet have announced they will be canceling more than 200 flights over the next 10 days, causing widespread disruption for people planning to jet off at halftime.

The canceled flights to and from Gatwick could affect over 36,000 people as the low-cost airline will cancel 24 flights a day from Saturday 28 May to Monday 6 June.

These new cancellations come after a software bug caused around 200 flights to be canceled on Thursday (May 26). However, the new cancellations are unrelated to this issue.

Which flights have been canceled and why?

Which flights does EasyJet cancel?

Gatwick’s planned cancellations for today (28 May) are:

  • Seville (x 2)
  • Reykjavik
  • Belfast city
  • Budapest
  • Copenhagen
  • Munich
  • funchal
  • Agadir
  • Valencia
  • Cagliari
  • Marrakech

A full list of all flights over the next 10 days is not yet available.

A representative explained “Customers will be informed in advance and given the option to rebook their flight or receive a refund and can request compensation in accordance with the regulations.”

Travelers looking at flight information on terminal screens

Flights will be canceled throughout half-time (Picture: Getty)

Why is EasyJet canceling flights?

The recent cancellations stem from demands made on the company, according to a statement from EasyJet.

A company spokeswoman said in a statement: “We deeply apologize for the delay in notifying some of these cancellations and the inconvenience caused to customers who booked these flights, but we believe this is necessary in order to provide reliable services at this busy time deliver.”

Cancellations are coming to allow the airline to provide a decent level of service (Picture: Getty)

Travel company TUI has also started canceling some of its flights for a similar reason.

A spokesman said: “The mid-year holidays are always an incredibly busy time with many customers wanting to get away. Unfortunately, due to various operational and supply chain issues, a small number of flights have been delayed or cancelled.’

“We want to reassure our customers that we are doing everything we can to minimize delays and will be in direct communication should their holiday be impacted. We would like to thank our customers for their patience and understanding during this time.’

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