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Planes: Easyjet cancellations that fall badly

Thursday, May 26, vacationers who intended to take advantage of the public holiday to leave had the unpleasant surprise of seeing their flight Easyjet canceled. The journalist Chloé Tixier is duplex from the airport Roissy Charles de Gaulle.

No less than 200 flights were canceled this Thursday, May 26 for the simple reason that the company Easyjet suffered a massive computer failure. 200 planes therefore remained on the tarmac in Europe, including 20 in France. Destinations popular with tourists for an extended weekend have been affected, such as Marrakech, Barcelona and London.

As of this evening, the situation should be restored although some flights could still undergo some disruptions or certain changes. A counter was opened urgently at Roissy to allow you to see the terms of the flights as well as their maintenance. In France, Paris is not the only city where an airport is affected by these cancellations, because in Lyon too flights have been canceled.


Planes: Easyjet cancellations that fall badly

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