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Bristol Airport passengers have been venting their frustration at the delays

Passengers at Bristol Airport have taken to social media to vent their frustration at the delays caused by a power cut.

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Chaos and Mass delays at Bristol Airport as a power outage cancels flights http://t.co/cfgXIcpxJA

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Power cut in Bristol Airport has thrown a spanner in the works, supposed to boarding the plane in 15 minutes

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No power or running water at Bristol Airport, has been for 2hrs. People keep arriving so the place is filling, but no progress.. Avoid!

Power failure causes long delays at Bristol Airport

Passengers at Bristol Airport have been told to expect long delays Credit: ITV News

Flights have been grounded at Bristol Airport following a power failure at the terminal.

The airport has apologised to passengers for the delays. Engineers are on site attempting to fix the problem.

Passengers with hand baggage have been told they can proceed through security while staff check flights in order of their departure time.

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Lost teddy's owner tracked down

The bear belongs to Robert Baker, who lives in Cyprus. Credit: ITV News West Country

The owner of a century-old teddy bear found abandoned at Bristol Airport two years ago has finally been tracked down.

The battered toy was left at the terminal along with a photo of two children.

He belongs to Robert Baker, who lives in Cyprus. Mr Baker came forward after being sent a newspaper cutting featuring the story.

Passenger numbers at Bristol Airport grow for fourth year

The runway at Bristol Airport Credit: Ben Birchall/PA Archive/Press Association Images

The number of passengers at Bristol Airport have risen for the fourth year in a row.

2013 saw a total of 6.1 million people pass through the terminal - an increase of 3.4% when compared to the previous year. It's the highest number of passengers since 2008.

Chief Executive Officer Robert Sinclair says 2014 could be even busier. He said "We are gearing up for what we expect to be the busiest year in the Airport’s history. Construction of new and improved facilities for passengers is already underway, and there are some great new destinations on offer."

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