Edinburgh Airport has released an update regarding its security waiting times.
Airports across the UK are feeling the pressure as a surge of customers go on holiday after the pandemic put an end to many getaways.
Due to staffing issues, airlines and airports have struggled with passenger numbers with reports showing long queues at check-in and security.
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Queues at some airports were so long that people ended up missing their flights.
Edinburgh Airport’s website displays a ‘wait times’ tracker for security and the airport will now provide regular updates via its social media pages.
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The airport released a statement on Thursday. It read: “Starting tomorrow, we will be sharing regular security wait times on our social media channels.
“Updates at 5 a.m., 9 a.m., 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. will measure how long it takes someone at the end of the line to complete the security process.
“This is different from the tracker that appears on our website – it measures the waiting time inside the security hall once passengers have passed through the electronic gate.”
They add: “It is important to note that although the information is accurate at the time of publication, wait times can change quickly. Please use the information as a guide.
“One thing to keep in mind is that these wait times are for security purposes only and not for check-in or passport control. Check-in counters are operated by the airlines and their handling agents, while passport control is handled by UK Border Force. All queues here are completely separate from security.”
You can see more information on the Edinburgh Airport website.