British Airways travelers are suffering delays globally due to a computer glitch in the check-in systems, the latest in a string of technical failures to hit major international airlines.
Travelers took to social media to complain of long lines and the airline said "a number" of airports were affected.
According to tracking service Flightaware, 157 BA flights were delayed, or 17 percent of its total flights, and five were cancelled as of midday in London.
"We've been in line for three hours," Erik Blangsted, told KGO-TV as he waited for his flight at San Francisco International Airport. "We've talked to the people who've offered us some cold...