London’s Gatwick Airport has begun a public consultation over its aspirations to host the first new runway in the southeast of England since the Second World War. Gatwick and Heathrow Airports were both selected by the U.K. government’s Airports Commission in December as possible sites for a new runway to boost capacity. Now, the two airports are putting together detailed plans to present to the commission later this summer, before a final decision on where the ...
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