Indeed, Ms. Koutrakis, we are seeing similar phenomena at many major airports around the world, from Heathrow to Amsterdam to many U.S. airports to Dublin, and the list goes on. This is an international phenomenon.
Again, at the heart of it is the surge in demand after the industry faced two years of significant reductions and layoffs. There is an imbalance between the desire of travellers to travel and the ability and labour available to provide those services. Undoubtedly, there needs to be better coordination among international partners to do everything they can, but as you said, there are knock-on effects across the world. This is a highly integrated sector with a just-in-time delivery service model, and any kind of impact will have ramifications across the world.