Düsseldorf Airport: Bad news for holidaymakers! “New phenomenon” becomes a problem
The chaos at Dusseldorf Airport never ends!
For weeks, vacationers have had to Dusseldorf Airport be strong. Long queues at the check-in counters and hours of queuing at the security checks are one thing, missing luggage or luggage arriving late is another. But that’s not all.
Düsseldorf Airport: Bitter for vacationers! There is a new problem
A spokesman for the airport had already announced that longer waiting times were to be expected on Saturday and Sunday due to a lack of staff. Many vacationers came to the airport up to eight hours earlier on Friday in order to be on time for the plane.
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This “new phenomenon” makes the situation even more confusing, according to a spokesman for the federal police. Passengers should also make sure that they only have what is permitted in their hand luggage in order to avoid unnecessary waiting and control times.
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This is Dusseldorf Airport:
- Opened April 19, 1927
- With around 25 million passengers, “Düsseldorf Airport” (DUS) is one of the top 3 busiest airports in Germany (after Frankfurt am Main and Munich)
- 77 airlines connect it to over 200 destinations in around 55 countries
- most important airport in North Rhine-Westphalia
- has the highest tower in Germany with a height of 87 meters
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Düsseldorf Airport: “New phenomenon” causes further problems
However, Verdi union secretary Özay Tarim does not see the blame on the passengers. Tarim: “You can’t blame the passengers if you didn’t hire staff in time.” Finally, holidaymakers were asked to come to the airport earlier. On Saturday he expects long queues again for the “bed change”.
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The situation is also stressful for the employees, the sick leave is currently around 20 percent for the security staff. The airport is expecting around 179,000 passengers over the weekend. It is to be hoped that the situation will not take a turn for the better after all… (mg)