UK Airports Commission rejects ‘Boris Island’ Thames Estuary airport

The UK government-appointed Airports Commission has ruled out an inner Thames Estuary airport as an option for providing new airport capacity by 2030. The commission concluded that the “substantial disadvantages” of the proposal—dubbed Boris Island after its most high profile protagonist London...

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