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Airports in London and Paris in disarray, flights canceled

Airports in London and Paris in disarray, flights canceled

London Heathrow Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle canceled more flights. Heathrow Airport cited safety concerns as a passenger strike hit the French capital. Bloomberg reports that travel chaos in Europe continues even at the start of the peak tourist season.

Heathrow Airport asked airlines to cancel 30 flights Thursday morning, citing concerns that peak passenger numbers could exceed the level they can safely handle.. France’s civil aviation authority has ordered a 17 percent reduction in flights at Charles de Gaulle airport amid a strike by firefighters and extended restrictions until Friday, when the strike is expected to expand further. Bloomberg mentioned.

European airports are collapsing, and Prague is holding on. Until now

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Hour-long queues for check-in and security checks are becoming a reality at many European airports. Prague Airport is still holding up, but the numbers are against it. A lack of airport and airline staff is to blame, along with the ability to travel without coronavirus restrictions for the first time in two and a half years.

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Although the services affected represent only a small portion of the total, last-minute cancellations are adding to the confusion surrounding travel in Europe. The reason is a lack of staff, many of whom are being treated for a new type of Covid virus, and protests by those allegedly working in difficult conditions at airports. The result, among other things, is that passengers at Heathrow Airport complained of chaos at stations after the changes were announced only late Wednesday night. Some claimed that they were only told when they arrived at the airport.

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So Britain published a 22-point action plan aimed at improving travel And avoid repeating previous problems in the coming period when the school staff goes on summer vacation in the coming weeks. Among other things, the plan calls on airlines to reassess whether published flight schedules are realistic and cancel flights if necessary, with their airport slots, or locations secured in the flight schedule, protected under the recent rule change.

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Chaos at the airports. Lufthansa has canceled thousands of flights due to staff shortages and other airlines due to strikes


Instead of the expected summer recovery, air transport in Europe is facing more and more problems – staff shortages and increased pressure from its employees threatened with strikes. The result is thousands of flight cancellations, delays of several hours, and endless queues, according to a Bloomberg report.

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Carriers must also inform passengers of their rights immediately if something goes wrong and pay the required compensation in a timely manner. “It is now up to airports and airlines to commit to operating or canceling promised flights with sufficient advance notice,” Transportation Secretary Grant Shapps said in a statement.

Medium and short-haul flights have been cancelled

In Paris, a power outage on Thursday closed two of the four Charles de Gaulle runways between 7am and 2pm. Air France cancels 62 flights With all long-range communications maintained and 90 percent of short- and medium-range communications maintained, the spokesperson said.

A number of businesses have been reported to close, even in the busiest parts of London

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After nearly two years, it is finally possible to get to London without any restrictions, and the Czechs can go shopping on Oxford Street or visit the British Museum as they did before the pandemic. However, post-pandemic London has many problems. It starts with expensive hotels in the center and ends with a shortage of Uber drivers. And did you know that just one “shop assistant” is enough for an entire mid-size Marks & Spencer store?

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The chaos at France’s largest airport will continue on Friday at the same level Flights canceled and runways closed, as the strike is planned by unions representing a wide range of employees, including security and refueling staff. Talks between the operator of the Gaul airport and employee representatives are ongoing, but no agreement on wages has yet been reached. Workers are demanding better working conditions and better compensation to reflect high inflation.

Already in the past week, Lufthansa has contributed to increased passenger anxiety, which canceled 900 flights at the beginning of June, and announced a week ago the cancellation of another 2,200 domestic and European routes. This is four percent of the company’s capacity during this period. In Belgium, pilots and cabin crew at Brussels Airlines have been on strike since Thursday. Employees of this subsidiary of the German company Lufthansa criticize, among other things, the large workload. 315 flights had been canceled by Saturday.

Ryanair workers also announced a strike last week, and the British Airways workers’ union announced a strike ultimatum.

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