Thousands of airline passengers are facing fresh disruption as widespread flight cancellations continue.
Airlines have been inundated with calls from customers worried the chaos will carry on and ruin their summer holidays.
Flights from London Gatwick have been the worst affected, however, other airports have also faced cancellations, delays and long queues.
NationalWorld has compiled a list of all the flight cancellations at other UK airports including Bristol, Luton, Manchester and Birmingham.
Flight cancellations from Bristol
- EasyJet: Bristol - Amsterdam: 15:40
There are also numerous delays at Bristol Airport with 15 easyJet flights - both arriving and departing - impacted.
Blue Islands, Jet2, KLM Cityhopper, Ryanair and Buzz also have services facing delays.
Flight cancellations from Luton
There are currently no cancellations at Luton Airport.
However, there are numerous delays at the airport - with easyJet and Wizz Air the most impacted airlines.
Flight cancellations from Manchester
- KLM: Manchester - Amsterdam: 11.30
- Eurowings: Manchester - Dusseldorf International: 19.55
There are also a number of services delayed, including at least 18 from easyJet - both services arriving and departing from Manchester.
A number of flights from other airlines are also delayed.
Flight cancellations from Birmingham
There are currently no cancellations at Birmingham Airport.
However, five easyJet flights have been delayed - both arrivals and departures - as well as three from Jet2 and two services by Flybe.
Flight cancellations from Edinburgh
- Eurowings: Edinburgh - Cologne: 12.25
There are very few delays at Edinburgh Airport today but you can check the latest status of your flight using the link below.
Flight cancellations from Belfast International
There are no cancelled flights departing from Belfast today.
However, 16 easyJet flights - both departing and arriving - have been delayed.
What have airport managers said?
The head of customer operations at Bristol Airport has apologised after weeks of long queues.
A lack of staff has been partly blamed for disruption and delays.
Richard Thomasson, head of customer operations, said: “We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused, we do share their frustration.
“My reassurance to customers going forward is that we are doing all we can to shore up those numbers.”
He added: “We’ll continue to work with our airlines to minimise disruption and for those very small amount of customers who have missed their flight, we will work with our airlines so that they get to their holiday as soon as they can.”
Manchester Airport apologised for delays at check-in desks and baggage reclaim in a statement.
The statement read: “We are aware of challenge being faced by a number of airlines and handling agents, which is leading to delays at check-in and baggage reclaim for some passengers.
“We are in contact with the senior management teams of the relevant airlines and ground handlers to understand the cause of these issues, and to support their efforts to resolve them as quickly as possible.”
The statement added: “It remains our advice that passengers should arrive three hours before their flight and be as prepared as they can be for their journey through the airport.”