NEWS: US airlines have cancelled flights, while UK airlines have delayed flights and UK carriers have cancelled connections.
The UK has also cancelled flights and cancelled connections for the UK’s first flight to India and for its first flight back to the US.
UK airlines including Virgin, EasyJet and Ryanair have cancelled all their flights and are offering customers refunds for the tickets they have cancelled.
The airlines have also been forced to issue a notice to their customers, saying they have lost access to flights for a period of six months.
The British High Commission has advised travellers to expect further disruptions.
US airlines and other airlines are also reporting major delays.
US-based Virgin said it was cancelling all its flights to the UK, while JetBlue Airways and US-listed Southwest Airlines have cancelled their flights to and from London, Frankfurt, Munich and Amsterdam.
JetBlue said it had lost contact with some customers.
Southwest said it is “currently experiencing” cancellations.
Air France said it has “temporarily suspended all flights between its destinations in the UK and Europe”.
Air Canada has cancelled its flight to Toronto from London Heathrow Airport, while United Airlines said it would be “suspending all flights to, and from, the United States”.
Airlines affected By the disruption in flights and flights cancelled: UK-based Ryanair: Flight to Heathrow, to the United Kingdom from Paris to Frankfurt from 5:00pm on Saturday.
No scheduled flights to any of its destinations.
Flight to Toronto, to Heath, from London to Frankfurt, from 5pm to 6:30pm.
Flight from Heathrow to Chicago, to Chicago from 7:00am to 8:00AM.
Flight back to Heath from Toronto, back to London from London from 5am to 6am.
Flight return to Heathfrom Toronto, from Heath to Chicago in the morning from 8:30am to 9:00.
UK-listed EasyJet: Flight from Frankfurt to London Heath is scheduled to depart 5:30 am, but no scheduled flights.
Flight between London and Frankfurt is scheduled for 5:15am, but scheduled flights between London Heath and Frankfurt are cancelled.
No flights to or from Heath, Frankfurt and Montreal.
Flight scheduled to return to the USA from Heath from Paris.
Flight cancelled to Paris from Frankfurt.
No cancelled flights between Heathrow and Frankfurt.
Flight returned to Heath in the afternoon from London.
UK Airways: Flight between Heath to Brussels is scheduled from London-New York and from Frankfurt-Newark.
No flight between Heath and Brussels.
Flight was cancelled between Heath, Brussels and New York.
No departure from Heath.
Flight, scheduled to fly between Heathwick and Brussels, is canceled.
No planned departure from London or Frankfurt.
The US Air Force, which operates flights to Europe, said it will be reopening all its air operations in the US as of July 11.
The Air Force said it expects to have more than 10 flights between the US and Europe by the end of the week.
It said that the US Air National Guard, which has airlift support from Britain, would operate between Heaths and Frankfurt airports.
US Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said that air traffic between the two countries will be “rescheduled” by the Air Force and that the Air National Guardship will operate in the same manner as the UK Air Force.
The Department of Homeland Security said it did not have information on the cause of the disruption but said it does not expect the UK to be affected.
The White House said the UK government was reviewing its response to the disruption and was working with airlines to get the affected flights rescheduled.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May said the Government would provide further details on the response to airlines.
The Prime Minister’s Office said it hoped to have a final decision on the issue in the coming days.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said that his government would “respond to the situation in full to ensure that people are able to return home”.
“This is a massive disruption for our people and our economy,” he said.
UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd said the disruption was a “national security and economic nightmare” and urged people to avoid travel.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said the decision to cancel flights and to delay flights would be a “significant blow” to the economy.
US President Donald Trump said that he was disappointed with the UK for “not taking the necessary action” and that it should be a wake-up call to other countries that they must act quickly.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the US was working to get “the necessary help” for passengers, but would not discuss the details of that assistance.
UK Foreign Secretary Michael Fallon said that all airlines in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) had been told that they had been advised of the suspension of flights to England and Wales by the UK High Commission.
He said the suspension was “not a total ban”.
“We have not ruled out the possibility of a partial or extended suspension in the future. We are