Heathrow CEO, John Holland-Kaye, claims that 2016 was a milestone year for the airport, based on record traffic figures and government support for a third runway.
According to the UK Department for Transport, Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, has today taken a major step forward in preparing Britain for leaving the EU by publishing proposals for a third runway at Heathrow Airport.
Year-end traffic results for 2016 continue to trickle into the Airport World office with Heathrow, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Luton and Stansted airports in the UK and Oslo in Norway being the latest to reveal soaring passenger numbers.
London's Heathrow and Stansted airports today reported their busiest ever Novembers, handling 5.7 million and 1.7 million passengers (+2.3%) respectively during the month.
Feast your eyes on Heathrow’s new ‘Garden Gate’, a green wall comprising 1,680 plants that include the English native Ivy and Peace Lily by Gate 25 in Terminal 3.
Heathrow has selected Brüel & Kjær to deliver, install and service 50 new noise monitoring terminals at and around the UK's busiest gateway.
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.