Airports in crisis, from Malpensa to Amsterdam, recovery has displaced low-cost companies

Cancellations, strikes, and daily take-off and landing limits. And again: staff shortages in checks and boarding. The European summer in the sky risks turning into an endless ordeal. With the help of a somewhat unexpected recovery, the main operators of the ancient continent were discovered to be unprepared. “There has been a serious valuation problem on the part of airport companies, but in general in the transportation world,” they explain from Fit-Cisl, even if the union is confident that the gap between job supply and demand will quickly close.

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