Hundreds of travelers heading home for Christmas had their plans disrupted when the British Airways flight out of Grand Cayman was canceled Tuesday.
The airline cited “technical reasons” but declined to give a more detailed explanation.
Both legs of the flight, BA 0252 to the Bahamas, and from the Bahamas to London’s Heathrow Airport, were canceled. The Wednesday flight was scheduled to take place as normal as of press time Wednesday.
A British Airways spokesperson said the airline was in the process of re-booking passengers and had provided hotel accommodation to tourists affected by the delay.
“We are sorry for the inconvenience,” she said.
December is a busy time for airlines, with many Cayman Islands residents traveling home for the holidays.