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Airport 'nightmare' as Manchester passengers landing in Malaga find bags scattered across floor

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A holidaymaker from Rochdale says his Spanish holiday got off to a ‘nightmare’ start after finding his flight’s bags dumped across the terminal floor.

Phil Burke, who was flying to Malaga to celebrate a friend’s birthday, said passengers were forced to sort through their luggage on the floor after a conveyor belt broke.

To make matters worse, Phil said, no staff were on hand to help with the sprawl of suitcases. Mr Burke, who is also a councillor for Middleton, said some holidaymakers were so desperate they stuck their heads through the entrance to the conveyor belt to ask for assistance — but none was forthcoming.

He told the Manchester Evening news: “It’s been a bit of a nightmare. “We were 20 minutes late with leaving, but we got through security alright.

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