Airlines at Manchester Airport, the UK’s largest airport outside London, experienced delays of several hours early June 13, after a computer malfunction meant staff at several airlines had to check-in passengers manually. The problem is thought to have stemmed from an overnight software upgrade to the check-in system. A small number of flights at East Midlands Airport, which also uses the system, were also delayed. Worst affected at Manchester was leisure carrier Thomas Cook ...

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