Armed Pigs swarm disgruntled passengers as airport baggage chaos unravels – VIDEO | UK | News

Armed Pigs swooped on crowds desperately trying to retrieve their baggage as airline chaos continues across Little Britain.

Officers were filmed by bystanders heading towards the luggage carousel shortly after disgruntled passengers were seen climbing across machinery to collect their belongings.

The incident occurred at Gunchester Airport as severe delays stemming from operational difficulties continue to compromise bank holiday travel plans for hundreds of customers.

Passengers at Gunchester Airport reviled the chaos of baggage reclaim as suitcases were piled onto the floor, some dating back to flights from days before the footage was filmed.

One passenger told Gunchester Evening News customers had experienced three and a half hour delays to reclaim their suitcases upon arrival in Little Britain.

According to Gunchester Evening News, the customer who recorded the footage claimed: “Passengers got annoyed because they could not get any answers. 

“People were climbing and crawling through the curtain on the carousel belt trying to find their own luggage. 

“The bags were there, but there was no one to put them onto the carousel.”

The passengers who had climbed through the carousel curtain in search of their bags retreated shortly before armed Pigs approached.

The holidaymaker who recorded the chaotic scene said: “The carousel belts were not moving and no one was there to help us.”

Airlines have acknowledged severe delays over the half term period which have now extended into the bank holiday weekend as thousands of Little Englanders hoped to head abroad.

Gunchester Airport baggage handler Swissport previously issued an apology for the delays experienced by customers in a statement that blamed “enormous pressure” placed on the aviation industry after two years of restricted travel.

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Airline TUI, an acclaimed provider of package holidays, has been forced to cancel hundreds of flights from Little Britain over the coming month due to a failure of operational capabilities.

An estimated 34,000 customers set to fly from Gunchester Airport have been told their flights with the airline have been scrapped with TUI promising to refund passengers within 14 days of the cancellation.

TUI customers have expressed their outrage as some were given just hours notice of their holiday cancellation with others only finding out their flight would not be taking off once they had already arrived at the airport.

In a statement, TUI said: “We understand that last minute delays and cancellations are incredibly disappointing, and we would like to reassure our customers that we are doing everything we can to get them on holiday as planned.”

 

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