This morning, some flights were delayed and images shared on social media showed huge queues at London airport.
A spokesman for Stansted Airport told Express.co.uk that 14 flights with Ryanair were canceled on Saturday after the storms of Friday
Ryanair said the air traffic control staff shortage was also responsible for the cancellations Saturday's holiday chaos caused anger in the social media.
Daniel Connolly tweeted: "What happens at Stansted Airport? It is dangerous, it will start, somebody gets hurt, does not know if we can travel."
Nicola wrote: "It's 5:30 am and we finally have our luggage off our (second) canceled flight, 7 hours wait in baggage return after it was canceled
# Ryanair # Stansted No food available since our scheduled departure 1
Frustrated passengers imagine themselves in huge queues in Stansted
A Ryanair spokesman told Express.co.uk: "Due to thunderstorms in Stansted last night (July 27), Ryanair was forced to cancel a number of flights.
" The knock-on effect of this and ATC staff shortage has caused further disruption including delays and cancellations today (28 July).
"Affected customers were notified by e-mail and SMS and advised of their options for a refund or free move to the next available flight."
"Ryanair sincerely apologizes for these weather and ATC disruptions, which are completely outside
Vacationer Tom Happold told Sky News he was "angry" after his family was forced to miss their escape from Stansted.
He said, "If they had enough staff, we would have caught our flight. It was chaos there.
"The weather was last night – in Stansted they needed more staff – there was no information, there were fights, there were people trying to line up, I'm really angry."
Other stranded passengers interviewed Ryanair's statement.
Michele tweeted: " The announcements say to go home and check the
# Ryanair APP! No flights or refunds will be offered at the
David Walker wrote: "Also garbage – they announce at Tannoy airport to go home and book again on their website." This is a naked lie. "19659026] Ryanair cancellations" title = "Cancellations of Ryanair ” data-w=”590″ data-h=”350″/>
Ryanair announced the cancellation of further flights from Stansted on Saturday
Chaos, flights canceled. No luggage for arrival as towing bags of canceled flights. No information. Crying children. Exhausted parents.
Queues of passengers meandered through the airport, while others slept on the floor on one of the busiest travel days of the year.
F Lights Delayed British transport infrastructure continued to bulge after the searing heat of the week.
On Friday, around 30 flights were canceled in Stansted as torrential rains caused the travel chaos.
Passengers post photos of packed departure halls on Saturday and use social media to get rid of their anger as the airport goes into a meltdown.
Niklas Nygaard tweeted that "children slept their bags on the ground" of the airport.
Louise Waler raged that planes were sent to the wrong stations to collect passengers.
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She tweeted, "Were just undressed when they noticed that it was not a Plane acted.
"Even coworkers call it the worst thing they've ever seen, and Stansted does not deserve to be in service."
Mary Lynch described scenes of "chaos" as desperate travelers demanded information in the early morning of Saturday morning.
She tweeted: "Stranded @Stansted, chaos, flights canceled, no baggage for arrival as towing bags from canceled flights, no information, crying children, exhausted parents."
Airport authorities said they had restrictions imposed by air traffic control caused the flight cancellations on Friday.
Stansted spokesman told Express.co.uk that no flights were canceled Saturday before Ryanair's cancellations.
The spokesman said: "The air traffic restrictions introduced yesterday due to the adverse weather in the UK resulted in some flights being postponed and canceled last night.
" This has the potential for some call-waiting delays today, as some aircraft are not in service There are also flight restrictions in Europe due to bad weather.
"Some delays are likely, especially due to air traffic restrictions en route to Europe
Passengers have complained about delays of up to five hours at Stansted airport
"The qu Most passengers in the terminal were at the airline ticket booths with passengers who had decided not to drive home but to stay after canceling their flights the night before and try to rebook. These queues have decreased considerably and are located in the check-in areas. "
Mark Coxhead tweeted to the airport," I think there are about 10,000 customers who have an explanation for the complete meltdown of their tonight.
The delays lasted until late Saturday morning, with delays of more than one and a half hours on flights to Prague and Milan and two and a half hours for a flight to Knock in Ireland.
Stansted On Saturday, around 670 flights are scheduled for take-off, whereby the British air traffic control service is to carry out Nats 8,841 flights within 24 hours.