BBC News - Katy Austin

Heathrow Airport has stated it will not re-introduce a cap on passenger numbers around Christmas.

The UK's biggest airport said it was preparing for the biggest festive travel season in three years.

Heathrow also predicted staffing would be back to pre-pandemic levels before the summer holidays.

It added that it was supporting Border Force and other organisations with contingency plans for any potential strike action.

Heathrow now says it has a "good plan" developed, which would not require a cap on capacity.

It is still in discussions with individual airlines about the details, but it is understood that some flights might be moved to quieter times, or others consolidated - putting the same number of passengers on fewer flights.

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