Airport passengers face long delays amid a critical staff shortage across travel industry | ITV News

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A critical staff shortage across the travel industry and increased demand are causing hours-long queues at airports that have led to passengers missing flights despite arriving in plenty of time.

Airline passengers have faced queues so long they are snaking out of the terminal building at several UK airports in recent weeks, including Birmingham, Heathrow and Manchester.

Passengers have been left in tears after missing holidays because of the delays at the airport.

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