Hundreds of passengers at Gatwick Airport have been told their luggage will be sent on after severe delays at baggage reclaim.
Many took to social media to vent their frustrations at the disruption in the early hours of Sunday.
Gatwick apologised to passengers and said it was providing extra staff to airlines to help reduce delays.
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