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Heathrow reports £321m loss after queues and flight cancellations

Passenger numbers return to near pre-Covid levels but airport is hit by staff shortages and increased costs

Heathrow airport has reported a £321m adjusted pretax loss for the first half of the year after weeks of lengthy queues and flight cancellations, with passenger numbers back at near pre-pandemic levels.

Britain’s busiest airport said the summer getaway had “started well”, despite recently announcing a daily cap of 100,000 passengers until early September after it struggled to cope with rebounding demand for travel.

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