Delays inevitable at two thirds of European airports this summer, top industry body warns

Summer holidays will suffer from ongoing travel issues, Europe’s trade body for airports has confirmed today.

Speaking out after chaotic scenes at Schiphol Airport this week – along with hundreds of cancelled flights in the UK and Ireland over Easter – ACI (Airports Council International) Europe says a lack of financial help during the pandemic is to blame for understaffing at major hubs.

Airports across the continent have been struggling to keep up with the sudden influx of passengers as more and more countries drop their Covid entry restrictions.

Although air travel is still below 2019 levels, traffic peaks are in fact higher than pre-pandemic levels at many larger airports.

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