BOURNEMOUTH Airport has bucked the trend by having no flight cancellations and small delays. 

Airports across the UK are currently experiencing heavy delays both in and out of the country as they see people getting away for the four-day bank holiday weekend for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and the half-term holiday. 

But despite seeing more passengers through its doors in recent days, Bournemouth Airport is running smoothly. 

A spokesman for Bournemouth Airport said: “With our summer season now well under way and travellers looking to get away for the half term and Jubilee bank holidays, the airport has been busy throughout the week, which is great to see. 

“The airport has been operating well with these increased passenger numbers and while we have seen some minor delays to some flights, no flights have been cancelled.” 

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Ryanair, who regularly fly out of Bournemouth, recently announced two new destinations to its list of routes. 

Bergerac in France has been added to the list from this weekend, with the first flight taking off on Saturday, June 4. 

Croatia is also being added to the list, with flights to the resort of Zadar on the Dalmatian Coast. 

Holidaymakers across the UK have been left frustrated by long queues at airports and flights cancelled. 

Operator TUI, who fly out of Bournemouth, are cancelling up to 43 flights a week at Manchester Airport, with 180 flights to be cancelled by the end of June.