Despite warnings of an impending aviation crisis, on Sunday Heathrow Airport photos show that the country’s travel hubs are still very busy despite the lack of staff and Outages are common. From the posts of disgruntled passengers on Twitter, it can be seen that baggage is lying on the floor.
At London airport, people try to sleep on the floor next to their luggage. Huge queues formed at both airports. Next He hits It says it affects an estimated 700 workers, likely during the peak summer holiday season does not depend on.
They are looking for those responsible
Michael O’Leary said the current chaos at the airport, which has seen delays and cancellations, is “entirely related to Brexit”. Ryanair chief. He said Brexit was a “miserable failure” and claimed that a shortage of labor was behind the disruption at UK airports. According to him, the British government “could not even run a pastry shop”.
It came in response to comments by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, who denied that Brexit was to blame for the current travel problems, and instead accused airlines of “too overselling flights” since the coronavirus outbreak. Commenting on the minister’s comments, Ryanair’s candid CEO said: “This is totally about Brexit. Many of these difficult situations can be resolved very quickly if we can bring in European workers.”
According to the airline’s chief, passengers should prepare for flight delays throughout the high season, with some airlines canceling 5 to 10 percent of flights.