Travel plans for many using London airports continue to be thrown into chaos with the continued cancellation of dozens of flights.
The cancellations have been made to easyJet flights to and from London Gatwick airports.
Here is the latest on the cancelled flights, including how you can check if your flight has been cancelled.
Why is easyJet cancelling flights?
Flights across the easyJet network have been cancelled from 26 May onwards as a result of a backlog caused by a software problem.
On Thursday, 26 May easyJet cancelled over 200 flights.
Which easyJet flights have been cancelled?
Today (22 June), 10 easyJet flights from Gatwick Airport have been cancelled,
How to know if your easyJet flight has been cancelled?
At the time of publication, 10 easyJet flights had been delayed or cancelled today from London Gatwick (22 June).
For the full list of arrivals, departures and to see if your flight has been affected, visit the Gatwick Airport website.
Have Gatwick Airport cancelled summer flights?
A number of flights will be cancelled for the summer, the airport has confirmed.
The move is to tackle staff shortages which have impacted the airport for several weeks.
For the latest information at flights at London Luton airport, visit the airport’s website
To track your easyJet flight from either Gatwick or Luton, visit the flight tracker section of the easyJet website.
Are you entitled to a refund?
Information on if you are entitled to a refund is available through the easyJet website.
The airline says that if there are changes that need to be made to flights, whether that be a change to departure time or cancellations, they will get in touch with you as soon as they can using the contact details you provided.
If you booked through a third party (e.g. a travel agent), they may be responsible for contacting you.
If easyJet cancels your flight you can transfer to another available easyJet flight to the same (or a nearby) destination for free, or if you prefer you can get a full refund.
Depending on the circumstances of any cancellation or delay, you may also be entitled to necessary overnight accommodation and/or compensation under Regulation (EC) No 261/2004.
For full details of your rights, you can visit the delays and cancellations, visit the easyJet website
What has easyJet said?
The airline issued a statement on 27 May to update customers on the situation.
The airline has said that some of the cencellations have been neccesary to provide reliable service over what they are expecting to be a busy period.
A spokesperson for easyjet said: ““We are very sorry for the late notice of some of these cancellations and inconvenience caused for customers booked on these flights, however we believe this is necessary to provide reliable services over this busy period.
“Customers are being informed from today (Friday) and provided with the option to rebook their flight or receive a refund and can apply for compensation in line with regulations.
“Over the next week we will be operating around 1,700 flights per day, with around a quarter of these operating to and from Gatwick.”