LONDON — Increasing numbers of Airbus A380 operations could have a negative impact on London’s Heathrow airport in the future, senior air traffic controllers have warned. Flights into Heathrow were seen as one of the key critical markets for the four-engined aircraft when it was first developed during the early 2000s, with airlines able to fly more passengers into the slot-constrained two-runway airport. But the aircraft’s size has created significant headaches for the ...
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