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Customs And Immigration: Heathrow Airport

Volume 387: debated on Thursday 1 December 1977

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asked Her Majesty's Government:How many Customs and Immigration officials are presently employed at Heathrow Airport and how many will be needed to man the new General Aviation Terminal there.

The PARLIAMENTARY UNDERSECRETARY of STATE, DEPARTMENT of the ENVIRON MENT
(Baroness Birk)

The numbers of Customs officers and Immigration Service staff employed at the Heathrow Airport passenger terminals on 31st October 1977 were, respectively, 392 and 509. The General Aviation Terminal has been brought into use for domestic flights only, and therefore attendance by Customs and Immigration staff will not be necessary.