A ‘constellation’ of Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted – each, in time, with two runways – is the best for the UK to beat the capacity crunch, according to Gatwick CEO, Steve Wingate.
Heathrow has come up with a novel way of helping the nearly 200,000 British families that are expected to fly out of the gateway for their summer holidays in the next few weeks – an army of porters to help them with their luggage!
The European Commission is investing €600m to help develop technology that can streamline flights across the region's increasingly crowded airspace.
Heathrow CEO, Colin Matthews, today warned that the UK risked "dropping out of the premier league of international connectivity" unless his airport's capacity was expanded.
Khartoum’s eagerly awaited new airport is finally set to be built after China’s Export Import Bank agreed to bankroll its development.