Travel chaos: Heathrow airport worker 'ashamed' at long queues, delays

Travel chaos: Heathrow airport worker 'ashamed' at long queues, delays

- A Heathrow worker said the summer travel chaos has made them ashamed to work at the airport. - "I see hours of queues, crying little kids . . . I am genuinely sorry," the worker told the FT. - The unnamed employee was one of several Heathrow workers invited to speak to the FT by their union. An engineer employed at London Heathrow, one of Europe's busiest flight hubs, said that the summer travel chaos has made them ashamed to work at the airport. "When I started working here, on an apprenticeship, there were 1,500 applicants and 20 people got the job. It was really something to be proud of," the unnamed engineer told the Financial Times. "Now, I see hours of queues, crying little kids ... I am …
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