Due to the huge congestion: London Heathrow Airport in a dramatic move

Heathrow Airport, the largest airport in London, UK, has announced that during the summer holidays, the capacity of passengers departing from the airport will be limited to about 100,000 passengers a day. The field said that the imposition of the capacity quota is in order to provide better summer flights and less pressure in the field. The move being taken at one of the largest airports in the world, comes against the background of the large congestion recorded at Heathrow in recent times.

The limitation of passenger capacity in the field began today and will last until September 11. The quota will have a major impact on field flights. This means that flights will be transferred to other dates, to another airport or canceled. John Holland Kay, CEO of Heathrow Airport, said that on average about 1,500 of the 4,000 seats on flights have already been sold to passengers, and asked airline partners to stop selling tickets for summer flights to meet the airport restriction.

Many airports in the world suffer from a lack of manpower that creates large loads. The manpower crisis in the aviation industry is also affecting Ben Gurion Airport with exceptional congestion, heavy pressures, loss of luggage and cancellations of many airlines to popular destinations, as stated due to the lack of working hands.

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