The company behind plans for a new build airport in the Thames Estuary has delivered its detailed response to the U.K. Airports Commission. Architects Foster and Partners are pushing for the government to develop a four-runway hub airport on the Isle of Grain a peninsula in the Thames Estuary east of London, which developers say could potentially operate 24 hours a day and open with a capacity of dealing with up to 110 million passengers a year. The company says the Thames Hub Airport, would ...

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