Brace yourself for a year of travel chaos, Ryanair boss warns – The Times

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Holidaymakers face a year of travel disruption across Europe, the chief executive of Ryanair has warned.

The boss of Europe’s biggest airline said air traffic control delays across the continent were the “worst ever” despite the number of flights being as much as 15 per cent lower compared to before the pandemic.

“The underlying problem across Europe — even if you have the aircraft, you’re not cancelling [flights] and you’ve got the crew — is air traffic control,” said Eddie Wilson, the airline’s chief executive. “It is the single biggest delay for all airlines by a country mile.”

The aviation sector has been hit by months of chaos since international travel resumed in the spring. British Airways has cancelled 27,900 flights this summer and this

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