Horror delays at Heathrow are being partly caused by passengers taking too much make-up and feigning mobility issues, the airport’s boss has claimed.
In recent months, Heathrow passengers have faced winding queues, last-minute cancellations, and mountains of lost baggage.
To stem the chaos, the airport recently introduced a daily cap of 100,000 visitors and asked airlines to stop selling new tickets for August flights.
However, Heathrow Chief Executive John Holland-Kaye today insisted that the summer getaway has “started well.”
Speaking on ‘Leading Britain’s Conversation’ radio station, he claimed that airport security numbers matched pre-pandemic levels – but that passengers are “travelling with more than they usually would.”
“They have got more bags, and more
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