Europe’s airports and handlers ‘ditching cargo’ as passenger flights resume

Airlines are switching European airports as severe staff shortages keep freighters on the ground for hours, while others are having to fly before they are fully loaded.
German and Belgian airports were said to be among the worst affected according to carriers – who spoke to The Loadstar anonymously, fearing “vindictive” handlers would drop them altogether.
One carrier, which said it had faced losing about one-third of its capacity in recent weeks …

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