Christine McGuinness ‘stranded’ abroad with ‘no idea when she’ll get home’ amid UK air traffic chaos

Many people have been impacted by airline delays, including Christine McGuinness (Image credit: Instagram @mrscmcguinness).

Due to the difficulties with UK air traffic, Christine McGuinness and her children are “stranded” while on vacation.

To make the most of the remaining summer days before the kids return to school, the 35-year-old model and her kids headed to the beach last week.

Christine has now disclosed that they are stranded abroad and have “no idea” when they will be able to return home.

Many flights have been canceled around the UK due to a serious air traffic control malfunction, and thousands of individuals have been impacted, including celebrities like Helen Flanagan.

Christine recently posted on Instagram, claiming to be “stranded due to network failures.”

She wrote, “No idea when we can get a flight home.”

Thousands of people are impacted by the air traffic catastrophe, including the celebrity. (Image credit: @mrscmcguinness

This is Christine’s perspective as well, as she added: “I feel very lucky, we found a place to stay and I get extra time to make more memories with my babies.” Being trapped on vacation doesn’t seem like the worst thing in the world.

Christine said that she is choosing to “trust in the universe” despite missing out on the job that was waiting for her when she returned to the UK.

“We [were] meant to stay longer, we have more memories to make, and time with my babies is priceless,” I said, “but we [had] jobs booked all week, a million things to do at home getting ready to prep for “back to school”.”

We may not be at home, but we do have everything we need, she said.

Christine released a video of herself in a comfortable, joyful state in an apartment with a picture-perfect sandy beach in the backdrop, along with the remarks.

Christine was trapped with her children right on the shore and had no desire to return home (Photo: Christine McGuinness Instagram).

On Monday, over 10% of all flights leaving and arriving at UK airports were delayed, and it has been warned that the inconvenience may continue for days.

There are up to 200,000 individuals waking up this morning somewhere they didn’t intend to be, said travel expert Simon Calder on BBC Breakfast on Tuesday.

“For some of them, it’s unclear when they’ll return, and I’m worried that things will get worse before they get better,” said the speaker.

The nation’s top air traffic control company, National Air Traffic Services (Nats), said at 3:15 p.m. on Monday that it had ‘discovered and corrected’ the technical problem impacting its systems and was working with airlines and airports to assist impacted flights.

The disruption on people’s travel arrangements was also apologized for by a Nats spokeswoman.

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