Dozens of flights were found after interruption at one of the world's busiest airports early this morning
PASSENGERS are facing serious disturbances after Heathrow Airport suffered from technical problems with its path lighting, confirmed managers.
Dozens of flights were founded with passengers waiting for the asphalt at several airports after the break at one of the world's busiest airports early this morning.
BA flight 116 managed to get lost at JFK in New York before the crew was told to return to the port and leave passengers on board.
One of these passengers, Denise Martin – who was in New York for driving the marathon on Sunday, told Sun Online: "People are tired and pissed off.
"Imagine the general atmosphere is that we would rather be away from the plane instead of boarding indefinitely."
She added that the crew took food and drink to keep the passengers happy.
Speaking of her marathon efforts, Denise said: "The crowds of supporters did the day; they were incredible. I really wish I had paid for extra bone space right now."
Others have said they were escorted by their flights and told to wait in the airport for further updates.
BA passenger Charlie, who was also in New York for marathon, told Sun Online: "We sat on the floor for an hour and just escorted by it.
"Now I'm sitting at the gate waiting for information they have not been able to give."
Flight that is already in the air is obviously unaffected, according to flight data.
A Heathrow spokesman said: "Our engineering team is investigating a technical issue with the aerodrome lighting system.
"We are working to resolve the problem as quickly as possible, but at this stage, we predict that there will be some interruption at the airport all morning.
"For the latest information, passengers must check their flight status with their airlines before they travel to the airport.
"We apologize for any consequences for our passengers."
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A spokesman for British Airways said: "We are aware that there was a problem with the airport at Heathrow Airport.
"Emergency plans have been activated by Heathrow and we are planning to run our full schedule today, albeit with some delays.
"We ask customers who will travel with us today to continue to monitor ba.com for any updates of their flight." "
There are hours after British Airways flight from Heathrow to Los Angeles declared an emergency emergency and forced to return to London.
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