Heathrow queue chaos continues despite being branded 'unacceptable'

‘This is inhumane!’ Heathrow chaos continues for ANOTHER day as furious passengers arriving at Terminal 3 say they are waiting in ‘horrificqueues and being forced to stand for HOURS

  • Passengers have posted images on Twitter showing a long queue at the arrivals of Heathrow Terminal 3 오늘
  • It comes after arrivals faced huge delays at airport’s Terminal 5 금요일에, when passengers reportedly fainted
  • 홈 오피스, who run Border Force, yesterday branded the border chaos at Heathrow as ‘unacceptable
  • Furious Heathrow arrivals are complaining of yet more queues today, 유전 정보를 전달하는 거의 모든 유기체의 복잡한 화학 물질 24 hours after Home Office chiefs branded the border wait-time chaos at the airport as ‘unacceptable’.

    Passengers arriving at the 런던 airport this morning say they are facing ‘horrificqueues to get through to the border area of Terminal 3.

    One person posted a picture on 트위터 from the arrivals area today showing a line of people packed into a hallway. The picture shows a sign urging passengers to ‘have your passports ready’.

    또 다른 썼다: ‘Still horrific queues at Heathrow’s T3 this morning. It’s inhumane to force the disabled and children especially to stand for hours! Where’s the promised improvement?’.

    It comes as The Home Office finally admitted yesterday that massive queues at the airport’s Terminal 5, where people including a pregnant woman fainted on Friday night, were ‘unacceptable’.

    Furious Heathrow arrivals are complaining of yet more queues at the Heathrow today, 유전 정보를 전달하는 거의 모든 유기체의 복잡한 화학 물질 24 hours after Home Office chiefs branded the wait-time chaos at the airport as 'unacceptable'. 사진: 트위터 사용자 1명, John O'Hara, posted this image on Twitter today

    Furious Heathrow arrivals are complaining of yet more queues at the Heathrow today, 유전 정보를 전달하는 거의 모든 유기체의 복잡한 화학 물질 24 hours after Home Office chiefs branded the wait-time chaos at the airport as ‘unacceptable’. 사진: 트위터 사용자 1명, John O’Hara, posted this image on Twitter today

    In another image posted on Twitter, he said he was preparing to join the 'long long wait' at the Heathrow Terminal 3 border

    In another image posted on Twitter, he said he was preparing to join the ‘long long waitat the Heathrow Terminal 3 border

    또 다른 썼다: 'Still horrific queues at Heathrow’s T3 this morning. It’s inhumane to force the disabled and children especially to stand for hours! Where’s the promised improvement?'

    또 다른 썼다: ‘Still horrific queues at Heathrow’s T3 this morning. It’s inhumane to force the disabled and children especially to stand for hours! Where’s the promised improvement?’

    The strongly-worded statement came after a furious blame-game broke out yesterday over the queueing chaos at the airport.

    It followed the posting of pictures on social media showing thousands of British arrivals being forced to cram into small hallways with no social distancing measures in place and queueing for several hours to pass immigration.

    One holidaymaker, Sonny Singh, told Sky News he saw a pregnant woman pass out while in the queue on Friday night.

    ‘There were thousands of families queuing and just two people in booths up front checking documents,’ 그는 주장했다.

    ‘Children were screaming and crying. The queue moved about five feet in the space of about 45 의사록.

    '그때, when the pregnant woman fainted, it finally got through to someone somewherethe kids were then put on the side to sit while the adults waited in the queue and it began moving faster.

    One photo even appears to show a male traveller lying on the floor in the London airport after apparently passing out while queueing for passport control, amid claims that stressed holidaymakers had no access to ventilation or toilets, and no shuttles were available.

    The queueing chaos at Heathrow airport continued overnight, with incensed British holidaymakers complained of the risk of spreading Covid as hundreds of passengers were rammed into small hallways and forced to queue for up to five hours

    The queueing chaos at Heathrow airport continued overnight, with incensed British holidaymakers complained of the risk of spreading Covid as hundreds of passengers were rammed into small hallways and forced to queue for up to five hours

    The queueing chaos at Heathrow airport continued overnight, with incensed British holidaymakers complained of the risk of spreading Covid as hundreds of passengers were rammed into small hallways and forced to queue for up to five hours

    One image even appears to show a male traveller lying on the floor in Terminal 5 after apparently passing out while queueing

    One image even appears to show a male traveller lying on the floor in Terminal 5 after apparently passing out while queueing

    An incensed passenger queueing for hours to get to immigration at Heathrow tweeted on Friday night: ‘Kids crying and screaming and fully grown [남자들] fainting whilst two people at the booth serving thousands of people queuing up to the runway.

    에 선출된 사람, Heathrow has twice admitted that they have no idea how long it will take passengers to pass through immigration.

    The border chaos has been compounded by the fact that families with children aged under 12 can’t use the e-gates.

    성명서, a Heathrow spokeswoman blamed ‘unacceptable queueing times in immigrationon ‘too few Border Force officers on duty’.

    She claimed the Home Office ‘were aware of the extra demandand said they are ‘disappointedthey didn’t provide ‘sufficient resource’.

    Images on Twitter show huge lines of people packed together tightly - apparently without access to water, ventilation or toilets - while they queued for several hours to pass through immigration on yet another day of mayhem at Terminal 5

    Images on Twitter show huge lines of people packed together tightlyapparently without access to water, ventilation or toiletswhile they queued for several hours to pass through immigration on yet another day of mayhem at Terminal 5

    It has been claimed that a male holidaymaker fainted while standing in line for passport control while pregnant women, pensioners and young children were made to walk long distances with no shuttles available and no social distancing possible

    It has been claimed that a male holidaymaker fainted while standing in line for passport control while pregnant women, pensioners and young children were made to walk long distances with no shuttles available and no social distancing possible

    에 선출된 사람, Heathrow yesterday admitted that they have no idea how long it will take passengers to pass through immigration. The chaos has been compounded by the fact families with children aged under 12 can't use the e-gates

    에 선출된 사람, Heathrow yesterday admitted that they have no idea how long it will take passengers to pass through immigration. The chaos has been compounded by the fact families with children aged under 12 can’t use the e-gates

    ‘We have additional Heathrow colleagues to support in managing queues and to hand out passenger welfare including water, but we need every immigration desk to be staffed at peak times.

    ‘We have escalated this with Border Force and expect them to provide a better service over the remainder of the weekend,’ [object Window].

    A Home Office spokesman admitted yesterday: ‘Throughout the pandemic we have been clear that queue times may be longer as we ensure all passengers are compliant with the health measures put in place to keep the UK public safe.

    '하나, the very long wait times we saw at Heathrow (금요일 밤에) are unacceptable.

    ‘This is the busiest weekend of the year for returning passengers, with particularly high numbers of families with children under the age of 12 who cannot use e-gates.

    ‘Border Force is rapidly reviewing its rosters and capacity and flexibly deploying our staff across the airport to improve waiting times.

    ‘We are working very closely with Heathrow Airport and its airlines and we are all committed to making sure all passengers can have a safe and hassle-free journey.

    Asked about the queuing situation at Heathrow today, a spokesperson for the airport told MailOnline today that any request for comment would have to go to the Home Office who operate the border through the Border Force.