Passengers at Manchester Airport say they've been ready two hours for safety check-in. In Birmingham, the rows had been described as “ridiculous”.
A minimum of 10 flights had been delayed in Manchester and 4 in Birmingham by 8am.
Fiona Miller tweeted: “Completely ridiculous. Everybody will miss their flight.”
AmiA127v1 posted: “Chaos at Manchester Airport this morning. Row for security exterior the drop off space.
“Then get inside earlier than you get to the gate for security.”
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Rajesh stated: “Manchester Airport is lined up from 4:30 am at present to undergo safety.
“Is Manchester Airport a nightmare?”
One other passenger tweeted an image of the lengthy line exterior ‘Crew' and stated: “What's up?”
Ernesto Tripodi tweeted: “And the worst airport award goes to Stansted Airport. Two and a half hours to undergo passport management, terribly lengthy queues and I am questioning if it is protected with out being insufferable. “
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Birmingham Airport stated the queues had been brought on by staffing issues, with about half of the workers turning into redundant through the cove.
The airport is reported to have began a recruitment drive and goals to recruit extra safety officers.
Manchester Airport has additionally launched a recruitment drive to draw new workers to assist the airport.
Stuffing points forward of the summer season season have hit the UK journey business laborious.
The British have additionally been urged to examine their passports as at present is the final day of the ten-week deadline for renewal.
If British vacationers wish to journey within the first week of faculty holidays, they should get their software kind at present.
Since Brexit, a British vacationer should have three months left of their passport after the final date of their vacation within the EU.
It's unlawful to journey with out correct documentation and consultants worry that greater than 4 million Britons could possibly be affected.