On Monday 07 April 2003 09:37, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> [Moved to social - it's got ZERO to do with Linux]
>>> And it's only on flights from Gatwick to Ireland, in my experience.
> Passengers to other destinations at Gatwick take a different route.
> (I tried to go through one of the other queues, since it was shorter,
> but the security guy sent me back over to the Ireland one.)
>> And other UK airports don't do this.
Oh yes they do. Heathrow does too. On a recent flight to Florida they did
this, although I thought it was rather weird that at certain stages I seem to
just walk through with no checks whatsoever; then they checked my picture
just before boarding.
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