EASTER GETAWAY CHAOS: Tight security to trigger delays following Brussels attacks

Eurostar passengers have been told to allow an hour for check in due to “enhanced security checks”.

The cross-Channel operator expects 22,000 people to use its trains to travel out of the UK on Good Friday.

London airports will be busy with 425,000 passengers set to depart from Heathrow, 290,000 from Gatwick, 157,000 from Stansted and 81,000 from Luton.

Manchester is expected to handle 200,000 departing passengers, with 59,000 jetting off from Birmingham and 36,000 from East Midlands Airport.

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