Heathrow chief warns of gridlock in UK Border Agency staff walkout

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Heathrow airport has asked airlines to halve the capacity on international flights coming in to the UK after warning of gridlock because of strikes by UK Border Agency staff on 30 November. The move has triggered rebookings for tens of thousands of passengers.

In a letter to carriers using Britain’s largest airport, Heathrow’s chief operating officer, Normand Boivin, warned of significant disruption and delays to arriving passengers of up to 12 hours.

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