The lack of available runway capacity in the U.K. will limit airlines’ abilities to explore new markets and will drive up ticket costs, the country’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) warns. The message comes as the U.K. government works on defining an aviation policy that is due to be unveiled in the spring. The CAA says that “while London is well connected now, capacity constraints at London’s airports may already mean that their airlines are less able than those at other European ...
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