Airports see smoother summer travel than 2022

Airports, airlines and government agencies have been staffing up to avoid crippling labor shortages

Feb 17, 2023

Global airports expect smoother travel this summer as staffing improves, but surging passenger demand during peak periods in Europe and North America could still bring long lines, baggage piles and delayed flights, an industry group says.

Global passenger demand is expected to recover to pre-pandemic levels on most routes in 2023, placing even more pressure on the stretched industry.

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