London Gatwick appoints architect as advisor on second runway
London Gatwick Airport has brought in architect Terry Farrell as an advisor as it explores capacity growth options including a second runway. Farrell will provide expert advice on the development of Gatwick, which is forecast to hit its capacity ceiling in 2030. Gatwick claims to be the busiest...
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