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NEWS Monday, 18 February 2013 |

Heathrow chief reflects on Olympic efforts in 2012

Heathrow CEO Colin Matthews has reflected on a year which saw the airport welcome thousands of athletes for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in London.

NEWS Tuesday, 11 December 2012 |

Heathrow Airport 'cannot meet demand for new routes'

London Heathrow Airport is currently failing to meet demand for new routes to emerging economies, its CEO has said.

NEWS Monday, 03 December 2012 |

Heathrow boss will consider four runway option

The CEO of London Heathrow has told MPs he will consider a proposal to add not just a third but also a fourth runway to the west London gateway as part of a future UK aviation policy.

NEWS Wednesday, 14 November 2012 |

Londoners set to tweet their thoughts on airport capacity

Londoners will be given the chance to air their views on a third runway at Heathrow and a new hub airport to transport bosses – via the power of social media.
NEWS Monday, 29 October 2012 |

Olympic effort drives Heathrow Airport to new heights

Profits at Heathrow and Stansted rose nearly 10% to €1.15 billion million in the first three quarters of 2012.
AIRPORT PROFILES Tuesday, 24 April 2012 |

Reinventing Heathrow

BAA chief executive, Colin Matthews, talks to Joe Bates about the challenges and opportunities facing the world’s busiest international airport.
NEWS Wednesday, 29 February 2012 |

Heathrow holds 'topping out' ceremony for new Terminal 2

Heathrow today conducts the ‘topping out’ ceremony for Terminal 2, the €3 billion facility it hopes will help “transform the passenger experience” at the world’s busiest international airport.
NEWS Monday, 13 February 2012 |

Bidding gets underway for Edinburgh Airport

Bidding for Edinburgh Airport will begin today (February 13), with five parties expected to make an offer to buy Scotland’s busiest gateway.
NEWS Wednesday, 19 October 2011 |

BAA to sell Edinburgh Airport

Airport operator BAA has decided to sell Edinburgh Airport following the Competition Commission's ruling that it must sell one of its Scottish gateways.

NEWS Thursday, 22 September 2011 |

New report warns that strong Heathrow hub vital for UK economy

The lack of direct flights to emerging markets may already be costing the UK nearly €1.4 billion a year as trade goes to better-connected competitors, accroding to a new report.

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