U.K. Parliamentary Committee Pushes For Heathrow Expansion, Rejects Other Options

A U.K. government committee has discarded plans to build a new hub airport to serve London in the Thames Estuary, and is now backing the expansion of Heathrow Airport. In a report on the U.K.’s aviation strategy, the cross-party group of parliamentarians said that a hub airport east of London would...

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