Lufthansa has called on Frankfurt Airport operator Fraport and German border police to urgently address system problems that led to some 3,000 passengers missing their flights in the days leading to Christmas. Passengers using Frankfurt on Dec. 22 faced security lines of up to 90 minutes and many of them missed their flights even if they turned up early. Lufthansa said it had to delay 88 flights because bags had to be unloaded from aircraft after passengers were unable to get through ...

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