The U.K. government should draw up a long-term aviation policy that also includes adding runway capacity in the Southeast of England, the country’s civil aviation authority argues in a new report. “Developing appropriate additional capacity would deliver significant benefits to consumers and wider benefits to the U.K. economy,” the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) says. The U.K. government, which is in the process of trying to define an aviation policy, has been reluctant to include ...
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