A combination of more stringent European Union (EU) immigration checks and under-staffing at border control points is causing flight delays across the continent, according to industry group Airlines For Europe (A4E). The lobby group says that thousands of flights have been delayed because EU border controls are significantly understaffed when attempting to comply with tightened immigration checks, with some passengers missing flights. The new rules involve immigration officers having to ...

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