Reports from London indicated that the Nov. 30 UK public sector strike, in which a large number of Border Agency immigration officers participated, did not cause gridlock at London Heathrow (LHR) and other major UK airports as had been feared (ATW Daily News, Nov. 29). LHR operator BAA CEO Colin Matthews said "pandemonium" had been averted through careful planning. Some airlines canceled flights while others waived change fees for rebooking, significantly lowering the ...

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