Heathrow Airport in London has extended its cap on passengers through Oct. 29 as it continues to try to keep up with demand and avoid the cancellations, delays and baggage issues incurred earlier in the summer. The airport announced that it will continue to cap daily departing passengers at 100,000 until the new date. Heathrow said the cap, which was extended in consultation with airlines, has been successful at creating fewer last-minute cancellations and shorter wait times for bags. Ross Baker, chief commercial officer, said the facility’s primary concern is ensuring it gives passengers a reliable service when they travel. He said the airport wants to remove the cap as soon as possible but only when there is confidence that everyone operating at the airport has the resources to deliver the service passengers deserve. Heathrow also said the cap could be lifted earlier if there are sustained improvements. Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam has also extended its cap on passengers into October.