London’s Gatwick Airport (LGW) will study new runway options, although it remains bound by a 1979 pact blocking it from building a runway before 2019. LGW, which said it has the land and financing to build a new runway, is launching a detailed work program to evaluate the implications of a new runway, along with possible economic benefits and related noise, environmental and surface access issues. Once completed, it will submit the results to the Independent Commission on ...

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