With 45 million people passing through its door annually, things are bound to go wrong from time to time. Missed flights, lost bags, screaming kids, someone's emotional support peacock causing a havoc. However, Monday's incident at Gatwick Airport will probably be a new one for many travelers.
The London airport had an issue with its video monitors. Per a tweet from the airport, "damage to a Vodafone fiber optic cable" prevented the airport from displaying flight information on screens. Instead, flights were listed on whiteboards, and the images make it look like utter chaos.