The outage, which is now known to have been caused by a power failure at one of the airline's two West London datacentres, resulted in BA flights being grounded at both Gatwick and Heathrow airports for two days, causing disruption to thousands of the firm's customers.
According to a report in the Mail on Sunday, the airline has appointed global law firm Linklaters to oversee the action against CBRE, which is known to have been responsible for managing the facilities at the time of the outage, and is intent on taking its case to the London High Court.
Reports in the wake of the outage suggested the problems were down to ...
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Nov 21, 2018 5:52 AM 4+ mon ago