In terms of route network, London Heathrow has already fallen behind Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Munich airports - and could soon be overtaken by Madrid, Rome and Milan, all because of a shortage of runway capacity, said British Airways CEO Willie Walsh. Heathrow faces no greater challenge than the issue of runway capacity, said Walsh in remarks before the U.K.'s Aviation Club. "The airport celebrated its 60th birthday last year - and still makes do with the two runways it had when ...

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