Heathrow Airport in London will lift its temporary passenger “cap” on Oct. 29, according to multiple news reports. The cap limits the number of departing passengers to 100,000 per day and was implemented over the summer to manage a surge in demand as travel restrictions around COVID-19 were lifted. The airport first announced a capacity limit in July due to staffing shortages. It was originally scheduled to end on Sept. 11 but was later extended through October. According to the reports, the cap will be lifted because the airport is seeing fewer last-minute cancellations and shorter waits for luggage. Other European airports have also struggled with worker shortages and increased demand. Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam has said it would extend its passenger cap until March 2023. In a statement, Schiphol said it was working to address staff shortages, including with “improved restrooms and better wages for security company employees.”