London Heathrow Airport has lost its position as Europe’s primary hub airport due to its runway capacity shortage, according to former IATA CEO Giovanni Bisignani. Speaking at the Future of Air Transport Conference in London, Bisignani said that Heathrow now connects to fewer destinations than it did 20 years ago as well as to fewer destinations than its competitors—Frankfurt Airport, Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. For years, Heathrow has ...

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