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'Business as usual' at Gatwick Airport despite baggage fears

Staff at Gatwick Airport have said it is "business as usual" today despite fears over potential delays at baggage reclaim.

Gatwick Airport is bringing in its own staff to help with the luggage crisis amid fears there could be further travel chaos this weekend.

Staff shortages affecting baggage-handling company Swissport led to some passengers at the West Sussex airport having to leave without their luggage last weekend.

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Willie Walsh apologises for Gatwick baggage disruption

International Airlines chief executive Willie Walsh has apologised to passengers for the baggage problems at Gatwick Airport.

Mr Walsh told ITV News that he will consider other options if baggage handling firm Swissport fail to resolve the problems that caused widespread disruption last weekend.

ITV News Consumer Editor Chris Choi tweeted:

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