Virgin Atlantic has joined the growing list of airlines expressing concerns about immigration queues at London Heathrow Airport. The UK long-haul carrier, which operates the second largest route network from the airport after British Airways, has called for action from the UK Border Force, the UK government agency responsible for immigration, to reduce the waiting times. The airline said Aug. 13 that some international visitors have been left waiting for more than 2 hr. 30 min. before ...

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