Terror fears threaten airline industry

AIRLINES could face rising costs and lower consumer confidence after the latest terror threat has raised concerns over the continuing security measures being imposed on flights to the US. The new security restrictions and rigorous screening requirements are causing long delays and costly flight disruptions, with about a third of flights out of Heathrow Airport having been cancelled in the past week. The British travel industry has also expressed concern at a downturn in the number of people travelling, with a sharp increase in cancellations after news of the terror threat broke. Australian airports have also tightened security, with passengers experiencing hand luggage restrictions on flights to the US and the UK.

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