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Global airport chaos ‘after computers systems crash’ causing major disruption at check-in desks across the world

Problems have been reported at airports in France, Singapore and Gatwick.

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Travellers are facing disruption at airports across the world today after reports of computer systems crashing.

Problems have been reported by passengers at London’s Gatwick and airports in Paris, Washington, Singapore, South Korea and South Africa.

Travellers said they were unable to check in for their flights with airlines including British Airways, Air France and Lufthansa, and some had been waiting for nearly two hours.

Tyrone Kennedy wrote on Twitter: “Systems down in Gatwick just hope it’s not another #wannacry can’t check in at the mo.”

Another passenger wrote of Singapore’s Changi airport: “Alert: Whole changi airport check in system down.”

he cause of the widespread problems was not clear.

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