Complacent airports should pay more attention to their cargo operations
Airports must be more appreciative of their cargo terminal operations if they are not to ...
With one of the strictest border control measures in living memory set to be introduced at the UK’s ports next month, ferry companies in Dover are predicting five-mile long queues of cars and trucks becoming the norm. The UK government has decreed that, from 8 April, every lorry driver and passenger departing and entering the country must have their identity checked, with the Home Office refusing ferry line requests that the checks be relaxed during peak periods. It’s going to be chaos…
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