U.K. airport operator BAA is lambasting a proposal to open up the Gatwick Express airport service to commuter passengers, claiming it deviates from airport expansion plans and would force 1 million travelers on to London's already congested roads. BAA launched its "Murder of the Gatwick Express" campaign Monday in response to the pitch made by the Strategic Rail Authority (SRA) in September to open the dedicated airport service to one stop between London and Gatwick, and extend the ...
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