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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Airports Commission's verdict maybe in but the publicity machines roll on in terms of winning hearts and minds, Heathrow today revealing that three of the UK's most influential figures in business, politics and the trade union support its expansion.

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The Airports Commission today recommended that Heathrow gets a third runway to help solve the UK's capacity crunch, and within minutes of the announcement publicity machines across the nation went into overdrive either supporting or blasting the decision.

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NATS and Heathrow Airport have entered a new strategic partnership, signalling a fundamental change to the relationship between the airport and air traffic services provider.

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The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has published new guidance for UK airports, which it says should help gateways be “better placed to minimise the impact of disruption on passengers”.

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