Irish budget airline mogul Mick O'Really is set to solve the UK border control crisis with his latest venture. His new 'Pay and Arrive' scheme is set to dramatically reduce queues at London's Heathrow airport this summer.
Executive of Pay and Arrive, Patricia Ryan, said "I was the first person to use the scheme this morning after arriving in Heathrow from Dublin. It worked perfectly! Passing the queues made me feel like a million Euro."
From today, arriving passengers have the choice to use the Pay and Arrive system. New lanes have been set up at border control areas. Travellers simply scan their passports and pay the £10 supplement via credit or debit card via the same machine.
The system is set to reduce queues by 50%.
Passenger, Ronald Smith, used the system soon after Mrs Ryan: "It was absolutely brilliant! Pay and Arrive even has a red carpet. It was great to bypass all of those people waiting for hours and hours. Ten pounds is worth every penny!"
Pay and Arrive is available to EU passport holders only and is to be extended to worldwide passport holders after the summer period.