Amsterdam Airport Is Leading The Air Travel Chaos In Europe

Due to shortages of staff and general travel demands, there has been a bit of chaos recently with air travel. The hub of this chaos, according to Travel analysis company, ForwardKeys, is Amsterdam, followed closely behind by The United Kingdom then Sweden and Germany

From flight delays, canceled flights, lost luggage and long lines, there has been a general reduction of flight capacity worldwide. At the center of all these delays is Europe, specifically bad in Amsterdam

Taking many factors into consideration and comparing July and August seat availability to that of May, they found a total capacity reduction of the world was 14.3 million seats. Whereas the 4% of

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