Panelists speaking at the Airport Operators Association (AOA) conference in London have stressed the importance of efficient border-control processes as the UK prepares to exit (Brexit) the European Union (EU). Heathrow Airport CEO John Holland-Kaye said his main concern is inconsistency when it comes to processing times. “The problem is you don’t know if it’s going to take half a minute, or half an hour to get through,” Holland-Kaye said. “The richest woman ...

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