He may not be a politician quite yet, but Heathrow Airport CEO, John Holland-Kaye, certainly behaved like one this morning when he unveiled an election style manifesto pledging benefits for all of Britian if the government gives the green light for the airport to expand.
Heathrow has hired what it believes is the world's first airport cycle officer in a bid to get more staff living within a 5km distance of the gateway to ride to work.
Two of the world's major gateways, Heathrow and Hong Kong International Airport, have formed a new partnership agreement to share their expertise and experience.
Heathrow today put pressure on the government to go with the recommendations of the Airports Commission and give it a third runway by announcing the appointment of four key partners to help oversee its expansion.
Heathrow has today released Ingredients for Success, the UK’s first airport sustainable restaurant guide.
A new report reveals that £48 billion worth of British goods were exported through Heathrow between August 2014 and July 2015, a 9.7% increase on the previous 12 months, and representing 26% of all UK exports by value.
Heathrow’s vehicle fleet, energy use, and public transport networks have all been singled out as the best in the industry by media awards this month.
Heathrow's chief executive, John Holland-Kaye, will today call for global leaders to take action to cut carbon emissions in a panel discussion at the Global Sustainable Aviation Summit in Geneva.
George McBride reflects on Heathrow Terminal 3’s new baggage handling system and how a multi-disciplinary project team was able to integrate new Standard 3 Screening into the Existing Baggage Hall.