British Airways passengers wait at the baggage drop at Heathrow Airport in London on Monday, the third day of delays following a IT meltdown that disrupted 75,000 passengers’ flights worldwide. Photo: EPA British Airways passengers wait at the baggage drop at Heathrow Airport in London on Monday, the third day of delays following a IT meltdown that disrupted 75,000 passengers’ flights worldwide. Photo: EPA
British Airways passengers wait at the baggage drop at Heathrow Airport in London on Monday, the third day of delays following a IT meltdown that disrupted 75,000 passengers’ flights worldwide. Photo: EPA

Union blames British Airways computer crash on outsourcing to India, as fresh disruptions hit Heathrow

British Airways passengers wait at the baggage drop at Heathrow Airport in London on Monday, the third day of delays following a IT meltdown that disrupted 75,000 passengers’ flights worldwide. Photo: EPA British Airways passengers wait at the baggage drop at Heathrow Airport in London on Monday, the third day of delays following a IT meltdown that disrupted 75,000 passengers’ flights worldwide. Photo: EPA
British Airways passengers wait at the baggage drop at Heathrow Airport in London on Monday, the third day of delays following a IT meltdown that disrupted 75,000 passengers’ flights worldwide. Photo: EPA
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