the Madrid Federation of Travel Agencies (FEMAV) She drew the attention of the Ministry of Interior “as it is responsible for providing human resources” for passport control at the airport Adolfo Suarez Madrid BarajasBefore “Lack of primetime media like birthday dates”.
entity explains it “After criticism” of the ministry for “lack of capabilities”There was “a reaction from him that allowed normal,” but, Again, before the “Christmas peak demand”he returned to “Reproduce, and exacerbate, the lack of human resources”ultimately responsible forDisproportionate waiting times Which strains the nerves of passengers and generates undesirable situations due to the fear of missing flights.”
Waiting times “as you can’t remember”
confirmed it Christmas Eve, “especially between 12 and 15 hours” It has come Departure wait times ‘where they are not remembered’ are created “Scenes of tension due to the fear of missing passengers on such an important day.”. That’s why they add it On December 27 “Waiting times for international arrivals exceeded the hour by a wide margin” Waiting with “transit times in excess of half an hour not compatible with corporate center operations”.
“The airport is vital to Madrid’s economy, the tourism sector and travel agencies”
Remember that The airport is “vital for Madrid’s economy” and “of course for the tourism sector and travel agencies”For this reason, the “proper performance” as adopted “at the conference” Madrid’s Door to America “organized by FETAVE – FEMAV, is essential” so that Madrid remains the benchmark in Latin America for its connections with Europe “and Madrid is” a tourist, commercial and shopping destination A pioneer both for those countries and for tourism and business with the United States and Canada.”
Photo: FEMAV. FEMAV Council
They guarantee it The “adequate and stable” endowment of human resources by the Home Office is an “inevitable condition” So that Madrid-Barajas Airport continues to “lead” traffic with Latin America and “establish itself as a competitive choice” compared to other hubs of those in the United States, “both primary applicants for international tourism in Madrid”.
“FEMAV hopes that the Ministry of Interior will be able to respond promptly what Avoid for peak days New Year’s Eve and Kings Week Repeat delays in the past days and the appropriate schedule, bearing in mind that passengers from the United Kingdom are passengers from third countries of BREXIT, the means to properly and effectively manage entry and exit control to third countries,” they conclude.