Heathrow Airport extends restrictions on flights until end of summer

 London Heathrow Airport in Britain has extended restrictions imposed on the airport's operational capabilities and the number of flights until the end of this summer, in light of the continued suffering of the main airport in Britain from a shortage of workers in ground services companies.




And the Bloomberg News Agency quoted a statement from the airport administration as saying that after consulting with airlines, the maximum number of passengers leaving the airport will remain at the level of 100,000 passengers per day until October 29.


The airport added that this measure will guarantee passengers greater flexibility and waiting for flights, stressing the decrease in the number of canceled flights at the last minute and waiting periods for bags since the restrictions began.


The airport indicated that restrictions on the number of flights may be lifted or eased early if the number of workers increases, while he had said earlier that these restrictions may continue until next summer.



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