Further disruption to half-term travel plans has been added by the cancellation of multiple flights.

There were six flight delays and a small number of flight cancelations at the travel company on Saturday.

easyJet had to cancel more than 200 flights over the next 10 days as many schools broke up on Friday for half-term. Between Saturday and 6 June, it said the cancellation would affect about 24 flights a day.

Where appropriate, it will provide refreshments for delayed customers and hotel accommodations. Within two weeks, they promised to refunds canceled flights.

The travel company would like to apologize to customers who have experienced flight delays or a flight cancellation. We are doing everything we can to keep customers up to date, and will provide refreshments and hotel accommodations where appropriate.

Customers who have had their flights canceled will be given a full refund within 14 days and will be contacted to help them find another holiday. We would like to thank our customers for understanding and apologize for any disruptions.

EasyJet said it was necessary to provide reliable services over this busy period.

The flights will be canceled in advance from 28 May to 6 June.

Customers will be given the option to rebook their flight or receive a refund and can apply for compensation in line with regulations.

There were long lines at airports.

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Families on half-term breaks were faced with lengthy waits at the port of Dover and airports as they waited for their flights.

Thousands of football fans descended on the port on Friday and there is high demand from tourists.

In half-term travel information, the port advised passengers to pack adequate supplies, in case of delays, and to expect a busy week ahead.

They asked that all allow plenty of time for their journey and that ferry passengers check with their chosen operator for updates.