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Monarch said its flights and holidays were operating as normal and it was carrying its customers as scheduled.
This follows German rival TUIfly denying earlier reports that it was in talks to be acquired by easyJet.
RMT Union claims its members have been forced to take the industrial action over safety fears.
Commuters face delays after the incident following a night of heavy downpours.
RMT Union members will walkout for 24 hours from from 21:00 BST tonight.
Passengers can only carry the phone if it is switched off throughout the journey, FAA says.
The outage was worldwide and included the Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
But a walkout by rail guards over 7 and 8 September is still going ahead.
BA is upgrading its website and the beta test version can be accessed only by a select set of customers.
New badges tackle complaints from passengers with non-apparent illnesses and disabilities.
The deal will create more than 1,000 jobs in the US.
Abta estimates 2 million Brits will holiday overseas over this holiday weekend.
Both claim to be open to further negotiations at mitigation service Acas ahead of strike on 7 and 8 September.
Unlike Corbyn, delegates and exhibitors have to book in advance to get the discount.
Qantas said it will pay A$500m to shareholders and reward its 25,000 employees with a one-off A$3,000 bonus.