Possible Easter weekend delays at UK airports for returning passengers
Airport Operators Association Chief Executive, Darren Caplan, said:
“There has been a high level of coverage in the media about possible delays at airports over Easter weekend, following a letter from 11 airlines to the Home Secretary warning of gridlock due to border staff shortages.
“UK airports will do everything they can to ensure that passengers are not disrupted this weekend. Airports will be working closely with the UK Border Agency, which is ultimately responsible for ensuring our borders via air travel are secure. We welcome Head of UK Border Force Brian Moore’s assurances that all airports will be properly and sufficiently manned over Easter, one of the busiest weekends of the year.
“For more information, please go to:
- Airlines – www.airlinequality.com/Airlines/Web_EUR.htm
- Airports – www.aoa.org.uk/airports-list.htm “
Note to Editors:
Darren Caplan is available for interview/broadcast opportunities over the Easter weekend. For further information, please contact Luke Law on 07827 931480 or email@example.com.
About the Airport Operators Association
- Who we are: The Airport Operators Association (AOA) is the trade association that represents UK airports.
- What we do: Our mission is to see UK airports grow sustainably. We represent the views of UK airports to Government, Parliament and Regulators to secure policy outcomes that help deliver our mission.
- Who we represent: 70 UK airports. For more, see www.aoa.org.uk