Birmingham Airport: all cancelled and delayed flights on Friday, 24 June including Tui and Ryanair

Some flights have been delayed and cancelled today (24 June)

Birmingham Airport had one of its busiest weekends since before the pandemic with the Jubilee bank holiday weekend.

The airport also remains short staffed with around 15% less workers than it wants, with staffing levels problems set to persist till Autumn.

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Travellers and staff have endured a tough few weeks at airports across the country due to the rise in demand with many families and friends looking to get abroad for the first sping and summer in a couple of years without Covid restrictions.

The increase in demand and lack of staff at Birmingham Airport has caused travel chaos for many, with long queues and waiting times, with some passengers even missing their flights in recent days and weeks.

Planes at Birmingham Airport

More than 147,200 people were booked to fly in and out of Birmingham Airport over the four-day Platinum Jubilee weekend (Thursday June 2 to Sunday June 5) - which is around 89% of pre-pandemic customer volumes.

But are flights being cancelled at Birmingham Airport this week?

We’ve had a look to see which flights are cancelled and delayed to and from Birmingham Airport today (Friday, June 24).

Cancelled flights, 24 June

Eurowings: 8.05am Stockholm to Birmingham - flight EW 4656

Eurowings: 8.45am Birmingham to Eurowings - flight EW 4657

Delayed flights, 24 June

Tui: Birmingham to Paphos flight TOM 7458 - scheduled 5.15pm - delayed until 2.35am (25 June)

Eurowings: Birmingham to Prague flight EW 4221 - scheduled 2.30pm - delayed until 3.20pm

Ryanair: Birmingham to Dublin flight FR 667 - scheduled 3.55pm - delayed until 4.15pm

You can see the latest information on delayed and cancelled flights at Birmingham Airport, here.

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