BBC News
Susie Rack & Eleanor Lawson
19 June 2024

Extra workers at Birmingham Airport have been brought in to "explain cabin baggage liquid rules to passengers" who are continuing to face long queues to get through security.

The short-term move follows continuing criticism over lengthy hold-ups that have caused some people to miss flights.

An enlarged temporary structure with a number of so-called "liquid check stations" has now opened, the airport said.

"The more we can do together to reduce the number of bags that don't comply with these rules, the more we can reduce queues at security screening," added chief executive Nick Barton.

[Read on: Birmingham Airport: More staff recruited to tackle long queues - BBC News]

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