What’s behind UK flight delay Easter chaos? – BBC News

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International travel from the UK for the Easter holidays has got off to a bumpy start, with thousands met with long queues, delays and cancelled flights.

Some airports and airlines have been struggling as passenger numbers gradually return to pre-pandemic levels.

Travellers at Manchester Airport have described scenes of “chaos” after several missed their flights, amid warnings that emergency services staff could be drafted in to tackle problems.

The BBC’s transport correspondent Katy Austin and news correspondent Ben Boulos report.

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