Heathrow Airport has told airlines to stop selling summer flight tickets as it imposes a strict cap on passenger numbers.
Heathrow orders airlines to stop selling summer flight tickets
Heathrow Airport has ordered airlines to stop selling tickets for summer flights as it imposes a cap on passenger numbers.
No more than 100,000 daily departing passengers are permitted until September 11, London’s main airport announced.
Airlines planned to operate flights with a daily capacity averaging 104,000 seats over that period, according to Heathrow.
That figure was much higher before carriers such as British Airways cancelled thousands of flights due to disruption across the aviation sector.