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The fault at Gatwick meant arrivals and departures were advertised an hour late, and caused confused holidaymakers to overwhelm check-in desks.
The airport's computer system was supposed to update its clocks automatically when British Summer Time ended in the early hours of Sunday morning, but inexplicably failed to do so.
Incorrect times were also advertised on Teletext, Ceefax and the Gatwick website.
Gatwick spokesman Stuart McDonald said: "It was spotted at 6am. They have been working on it all day."
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