THOUSANDS of Brits face being stranded after easyJet axed more than 200 flights over half-term.

The airline revealed the cancellations mean around 24 flights per day will be affected from Gatwick between today and June 6.

The move is sure to cause travel chaos for holidaymakers hoping to get away for the half-term break.

Thousands of Liverpool supporters are also currently in Paris for tonight's Champions League Final against Real Madrid.

EasyJet will be operating around 1,700 flights per day still – with around a quarter to and from Gatwick.

It comes after 200 flights were cancelled on Thursday due to an IT glitch.

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Many passengers fumed they were stranded abroad due to the chaos.

Some also lost thousands of pounds after being forced to cancel their holidays or book onto other flights.

Meanwhile, at Gatwick, Bristol and Manchester airports – the worst-affected by the cancellations – huge queues stretched back as Brits battled to travel abroad.

An easyJet spokeswoman said: "We have taken the decision to make advance cancellations of around 24 Gatwick flights per day starting from tomorrow 28 May until 6 June.

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"We are very sorry for the late notice of some of these cancellations and inconvenience caused for customers booked on these flights, however we believe this is necessary to provide reliable services over this busy period.

"Customers are being informed from today (Friday) and provided with the option to rebook their flight or receive a refund and can apply for compensation in line with regulations."

The latest chaos comes after Brits were urged to check travel advice before heading to the port of Dover.

The Department for Transport warned the roads in Kent are "extremely busy" due to an "exceptionally high number" of travellers.

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P&O Ferries still not running all of its ferry sailings has added to the mayhem.

There are also huge queues at London St Pancras for football fans using the Eurostar to get to Paris.

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