BBC News - Joseph Lee
Gatwick Airport is reducing the number of flights during the peak summer period due to staff shortages.
The number of daily flights will be cut to 825 in July and 850 in August, down from 900 in previous years.
It comes after the government and regulators wrote to airlines telling them to ensure their summer timetables were "deliverable".
Tens of thousands of passengers have been hit by cancellations and delays at UK airports in recent weeks.
Gatwick said it had taken the decision to temporarily reduce flights following a review of its operations, to help passengers "experience a more reliable and better standard of service".