Holidays in jeopardy as chaos is blamed on airline cuts | News

The government last night criticized airports and airlines for a “completely unacceptable” disruption as vacationers were warned that getaways on the Platinum Jubilee bank holidays were in danger.

Passengers were hit yesterday by flight delays and cancellations across Britain. Experts said further disruption was likely before the holiday weekend.

Ministers have been urged to intervene to prevent travel being ruined as airports and airlines struggle to cope with the surge in demand. But last night, a government source blamed the airline industry. “The sudden flight cancellations and airport delays are completely unacceptable,” the source said.

Anna Saunders, her husband Matthew and their children discovered their trip to Cyprus had been cancelled


“The simple fact is that airlines and airports are overburdening staff during the pandemic, ignoring the fact that the billions of pounds in aid – including leave – have been handed over.

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