Amid strikes, flight delays and mass cancellations, one in three Brits say they have experienced disruption to their travel plans this summer.
The Office of National Statistics (ONS) polled 2,000 adults in the UK and found that 34 per cent who had travelled abroad in the previous eight weeks had experienced some kind of disruption.
It’s no surprise that nine out of 10 of these people travelled by air.
Half of those surveyed also reported that queues at the airport had been longer than usual and almost a quarter had to wait longer for their luggage.
Is the chaos at Europe’s airports improving?
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