A U.K. government commission exploring short- and long-term plans to increase capacity at the country’s airports is now preparing to narrow down its list of submissions, which it made public earlier today. Led by Sir Howard Davies, the Airports Commission has received around 120 submissions from varying parties examining a wide range of approaches to building airport capacity. Some 70 of the submissions discuss how airports should make best use of their existing facilities in the short ...
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