The owners of London’s Gatwick Airport are preparing to firm up their plans for a potential second runway. In December, the airport was selected – along with London Heathrow – by the U.K. government’s Airports Commission as the potential site for the addition of a new runway in the southeast of England to boost airport capacity in the region. Both airports have now been requested by the commission to submit more detailed plans for the added runway options. The plans must be filed with ...
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