London Gatwick Caps Summer Flight Levels Due to Staff Shortages. 

DALLAS – London’s Gatwick Airport (LGW) has announced that it is to limit the number of flights that will operate from the facility this summer.

Usually, LGW handles around 900 flights per day during the peak summer season in August. However, flights will be capped at 825 per day in July and 850 in August.

‘Taking Decisive Action’


Stewart Wingate, LGW’s CEO, said: “It is clear that during the Jubilee week, a number of companies operating at the airport struggled, in particular because of staff shortages.”

The airport said it had recruited 400 new staff, and additional employees would be read more ⇒

Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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