Obviously airline and airport management has not improved since I hung up my headset nearly 9 years ago.
Another snippet from MailOnline;
"Holidaymakers jetting off today face airport chaos, with delays to flights and queues stretching outside the terminals.
Passengers at Manchester Airport say they are facing a two-hour wait at security check-in this morning, with queues leading outside the terminal and into to a nearby car-park.
Meanwhile, at Birmingham Airport, passengers have complained of ‘ridiculous’ queues at departures today, with long queues outside the main terminal building.
There are also delays to flights, with at least ten late flights at Manchester and four at Birmingham as of 8am this morning. Meanwhile at Stansted, there were also claims of two-hour delays at passport control last night.
The reason is that airports laid off almost half their staff during the pandemic, and despite Birmingham saying it began a recruitment drive in November, six months it seems is not long enough to recruit and train replacements for the lost workers. Manchester, however, admitted it only began its recruitment drive last month."
The phrase “proper planning prevents poor performance”, also known as the “5P's of success”, promotes the importance of planning for a successful outcome. For more try:- https://www.conundra.eu/blog/proper-pla ... erformance
One has to wonder if all the staff laid off due to the 'plague' will ever return or will they understandably seek safe sinecure in other industries?
Meanwhile, back in the management offices, as they congratulate each other on a successful 2 years of completing their diversity, inclusion and multiculturalism brainwashing courses, they suddenly noticed that someone had left the bath plug askew and there is now a previously but ignored forecast water shortage.
P S. Reddo, what are "Indocs"?