Gatwick Airport is to use its own staff to help with baggage handling in a bid to prevent another weekend of disruption.
Staff shortages at baggage handlers Swissport caused chaotic scenes at the west Sussex airport last weekend, as passengers faced long delays to reclaim their bags.
Gatwick criticised the the company for "failing to meet standards".
Swissport has drafted in 40 extra staff following last week's problems amid criticism for reportedly using staff on zero-hours contracts.
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