For several days, the media have been talking about problems with passenger service on European airports including. in the Netherlands, Germany and Portugal.
“LOT Polish Airlines is constantly monitoring the situation at European airports. In the event of a limitation of the capacity of a particular airport, the communications network will be adapted to its operational capabilities ”- the press office of LOT reported.
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It has also been added that, due to the limited capacity of Amsterdam Airport, select LOT flights have been cancelled. “Passengers have received information and the possibility to change their reservation” – confirmed.
Problems at European airports
The director of Poland’s largest port, ie Chopin Airport, Piotr ech, confirmed that traffic at Warsaw Airport is gradually returning to the pre-pandemic level, and the airport “More and more passengers are checking in every day”.
“Currently, we do not notice any major problems when it comes to handling passengers at the terminal, especially in the area of security control. If the situation requires it, our services continuously interact and communicate with ground handling agents and state services to reduce the emerging bottleneck”- Delivered to Czechs.
As the media reported, there was a commotion several weeks ago at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, Where security control lines line up outside the terminal building. KLM has canceled its flights.
Chaos reigns, too In German airportsWhere flights are canceled, endless queues at security checkpoints, and accidents at check-in. According to German media, one of the reasons for this situation is the insufficient number of staff at the airports. Germany’s Lufthansa has announced that it will remove 900 flights from Munich and Frankfurt in July from its schedule.
Chaos also reigns at Lisbon Airport due to a shortage of staff at the Foreigners and Borders Office (SEF). Passengers have to wait in queues for several hours for passport control. France also suffers from a shortage of workers in the aviation sector. At Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Chopin Airport served in May this year. More than 1,253,329 passengers – That number represents 76 percent of the number of passengers in May 2019, the last year before the pandemic. According to the port, May was the first month in 2022 in which the number of passengers at the capital’s airport exceeded one million. Compared to April of this year. That’s 32 percent more. According to the airport authorities, “This confirms that air traffic is rapidly recovering to pre-pandemic levels.”
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