LONDON—London’s Gatwick Airport has received a largely positive response to its plans for development over the next 15 years, with public support for making greater use of existing facilities. Gatwick—which last year handled more than 45 million passengers and is the world’s busiest single-runway airport—published its final masterplan for the airport’s future course July 18. It also attached a report on a 12-week public consultation period held earlier ...

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