British Airways (BA) said May 30 it had fully recovered its schedules after the major weekend IT crash that grounded the airline’s fleet across the world. The airline said it was operating a full timetable from London Heathrow and London Gatwick. However, it faced the likelihood of more complaints from passengers who had flown out as the airline gradually recovered from the IT outage, but whose luggage had been left behind because of lingering problems with the carrier’s ...

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