Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Passengers' glee as border agency strike SPEEDS UP passport control

As previously reported that due to the Wednesday mass protest strike, the passengers may face difficulties in timely boarding of planes.But much to passengers delight, things turned out to be more efficient and speedier at Heathrow.

As Border Agency bosses were forced to take on regular airport workers to man passport control, delighted passengers said queues had been shorter than normal. The situation was echoed at Dover too as passengers faced apparently normal travel conditions with ferry services 'running well and to time' this morning. No delays or problems reported on ferries at Dover 

400 admin staff were re-deployed with iPads to assist passengers with flight information and free food and water.


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