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Britain’s air passengers face a turbulent summer – here’s how to tackle the chaos

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When packing for a summer holiday, the list of essentials to remember is increasing. Passport, boarding pass, sunglasses and a sensible hat are all non-negotiable.

Now it seems we need rations for a six-hour queue, camping equipment in case we are forced to bed down for the night on a cold terminal floor, and a comprehensive grounding in consumer rights law in preparation for the airline cancelling our flight or losing our bags.The scenes in UK airports in recent weeks – children in tears, baggage piling up, long-awaited first post-Covid holidays denied – have been difficult to watch.

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