UK lawmakers lambast new St. Helena airport in South Atlantic

Credit: St Helena Airport
An influential UK parliamentary committee has described as “a fiasco” the building of a £285 million ($355 million) airport on the remote UK South Atlantic possession of St. Helena. The airport has been discovered to be unusable to commercial flights by wind shear on the approach. The tiny island...

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