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01.07.2022 14:27 News >> British Holidaymakers Continue To Suffer Flight Cancelations, Chaos

British Holidaymakers Continue To Suffer Flight Cancelations, Chaos

Staff shortages are to blame according to industry, with Brexit cited as major reason.

British holidaymakers have continued to suffer summer blues in July as airlines and airports are undergoing cancelations and chaos.
British Airways have already announced a 10% reduction in flights between March and October, which is around 80,000 flights.
The airline's staff at Heathrow voted to strike after the airline refused to roll back a 10% pay cut introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Both RyanAir and EasyJet have also been hit by strike action by staff in Spain, a popular summer holiday destination for British holidaymakers.
Other flights are being canceled at short notice.
The airlines blame staff shortages, with Brexit being cited as a major reason.
"The pool of people is smaller, it's just maths. We have had to turn down a huge number of EU nationals because of Brexit," EasyJet chief executive Johan Lundgren told the Independent.
British Transport Secretary Grant Shapps released a 22-point action plan to deal with the crisis, but his plan was branded as disappointing by the industry as critics alleged it was simply a rehashing of previous statements.
Shadow Transport Secretary Louise Haigh said: "Brits have been facing weeks of travel disruption, and this Conservative government have been missing in action.
"These reannounced half-measures will do little to clear the huge delays in security checks and tackle the chronic low pay holding the industry back." -



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