London Gatwick Airport says the U.K.’s economy would benefit more from a second runway at Gatwick rather than a third at London Heathrow Airport. Stewart Wingate, Gatwick’s CEO, tells the Financial Times that a move by one of the three alliances from Heathrow to the city’s second airport would be a prerequisite for the runway expansion to proceed. “If an alliance were to move down at some future point into Gatwick, not only would there be room for the alliance to grow—from a U.K. ...
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