In a letter to transport ministers, British Airways, bmi, Virgin Atlantic and Easyjet have warned that there could be chaos at London’s airports during the Olympic Games if action isn’t taken to deal with the expected surge in air traffic. They wrote: “As the situation currently stands the industry believes that there is a significant risk of severe delay and disruption at all of London’s major airports unless urgent action is taken… Time is running out to ensure that any changes to procedures and the appropriate training are in place prior to the Games.” Six areas of concern were highlighted

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