Heathrow Airport in London operates at 99 percent capacity, with 13,070 take-offs and landings each day – one every 45 seconds, except during the overnight ban. Since it can’t add capacity to ease demand during the Olympic Games in July, the airport authority aims to boost organization on the ground.
The biggest threat to the success of this summer’s London Olympics is likely to be at the point of arrival for overseas visitors. Here’s how fliers can ease the pain.
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