Airlines and airports in the UK were preparing for another difficult day today in the wake of yesterday's airport security alerts and new security measures. A ban on virtually all carry-on luggage remained in place, and passengers were told to expect extended delays at checkpoints. OAG calculated that an estimated 400,000 passengers were impacted in the UK as more than 3,800 flights were scheduled to take off on Thursday, of which 3% were transatlantic. More than 650 flights were planned to ...

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