Synopsis: The flights in one of the busiest airports in Germany are restricted to control the air traffic and increase travel demand. So in case you are planning to fly via Frankfurt, we advise you to check your flight status ASAP.
After London and Amsterdam’s airports, one of Germany’s busiest airports has decided to restrict the daily flights. The decision has come after the increase in traveling demands in European countries. The flights are restricted to control the air traffic and increase travel demand. So in case you are planning to fly via Frankfurt, we suggest you check your flight status ASAP.
After the long constraint of Covid-19, travelers skyrocketed in Europe, and the summer holidays just ignited the number. Since summer, airports in different European countries have been under immense pressure. The cut down in staff has only made the situation worst for the airports to cope with the increasing tourist numbers.
The operational issues like long queues at check-ins and check-outs, flight delays, cancelation of flights, and misplacing luggage are creating a lot of discomfort for travelers. The relaxation of Covid restrictions has opened the gates for tourists to travel to different parts of the world after the long two years break. Most people prefer Europe in summer because of the nice and shiny weather.
Now, travelers again can tour different parts of the world. From the warm Carrabian country to history and culture-packed Europe, travelers again can access various tourist destinations. What is the major downside of this? The tourism industry in Europe was not all prepared to catch up with the heavy tourism demand.
The mass cut down in the airports and airlines staff has started to haunt Europe this summer. Even though the tourism industries across Europe encourage people to travel to their country there aren’t simply enough pilots to meet the demand. The shortage of pilots, air traffic controllers, border officers, and flight attendants has created a lot of ruckus at the airports. Now, they are finding it hard to manage the sudden influx of passengers.