Expectations that air travel out of the UK was returning to normal over the past weekend proved premature as operations remained disjointed for a fifth consecutive day, particularly at London-area airports where BAA took the draconian step over the weekend of ordering airlines to slash their schedules by 30% to reduce crowding; it later reduced the figure to 20% for Monday and today. British Airways cancelled more than 80 Heathrow flights Sunday and a further 44 Monday, as well as 26 ...

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