BAA is implementing a range of options to avoid a shortage of fuel supplies for the airlines operating from London Heathrow following Sunday's explosion at the Buncefield oil depot, which provided LHR with one-third of its aviation fuel. BAA has increased the amount of fuel it receives from its three other suppliers. No flights have been canceled. "The airport continues to operate as normal and our contingency plans are regularly being reviewed as we learn more about the level of ...

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