From London to Paris, Singapore, New York, Lisbon and many other destinations, BA passengers were stranded as more than 1,000 flights were disrupted by the incident sparked at a London data centre near Heathrow on May 27, around 9:30am.
The airline said it was making "good progress" in reuniting bags with customers around the world as it continued to count the cost of the systems failure that affected its operations worldwide and caused chaos as all BA flights were halted at Heathrow and Gatwick.
The airline experienced what CEO Alex Cruz described as "a major IT systems failure" that, he said, affected all check-in and operational systems.
"We are extremely sorry for the huge inconvenience this is causing our customers and we understand how frustrating this must be, especially for families hoping to get away on holiday".
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It struggled to recover on Sunday and Monday, but said it would be operating a full flight schedule at Heathrow and Gatwick on Tuesday. "At Heathrow, we operated virtually all our scheduled long-haul flights, though the knock-on effects of Saturday's disruption resulted in a reduced short-haul programme".
Cruz has faced calls to resign over the IT glitch, which has been blamed on cost cutting that led to IT services being outsourced to India a year ago. He estimated the cost of the outage at 82 million euros ($91.6 million).
IAG shares fell more than 4% to 588p in London on Tuesday after the flight cancellations left 75,000 passengers stranded over the bank holiday weekend. "BA in 2016 made hundreds of dedicated and loyal IT staff redundant and outsourced the work to India".
Cruz said: "We have no evidence whatsoever that there was any cyber attack of any sort".
A major British Airways crash has highlighted the importance for businesses of testing backup systems and disaster recovery procedures to ensure that they work as planned.
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Many complained of scant information from staff.
"Many of our IT systems are back up today and my colleagues across the airline are working very hard to build back our flight programme".
Data from flight tracker FlightAware.com showed BA's sister airlines in Spain, Iberia and Air Nostrum, cancelled over 320 flights on Monday, a bank holiday in the United Kingdom that sees a high level of air travel.
"We will have completed an exhaustive investigation on exactly the reasons of why this happened", Cruz said.
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