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News Brief: Heathrow Security Guard Strike Announcement Adds to UK Travel Woes

News Brief: Heathrow Security Guard Strike Announcement Adds to UK Travel Woes

Heathrow Airport security guards announced last week that they intend to strike for ten days. The strike is set to start March 31st and extend until April 9, Easter Sunday. The travel industry in the UK has already faced challenges brought on by railroad strikes and even more recently passport office strikes. As a consequence of the looming Heathrow strike, travelers headed into and out of the UK should expect flight delays, disruptions and cancellations. Want to know more about what the strike might mean for your UK travels? Learn more about the strike and travel disruptions.

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