London City Airport (LCY), the single-runway facility close by the capital’s financial district, is soon to begin a major infrastructure upgrade to accommodate 30,000 additional flights. According to LCY officials, the new facilities will allow for up to 6.5 million passengers by 2025. Plans include expanding the existing terminal and building a new, three-story passenger pier, seven new aircraft stands and a new aircraft taxi lane. San Francisco-based Bechtel Corp. will manage the ...

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