The Thames Estuary Research and Development Co. (TESTRAD) has unveiled plans for a London Britannia Airport—a six runway, 24-hour airport complex proposed for development in the Thames Estuary. Designed by Gensler, TESTRAD said the airport would take just seven years to construct once approvals have been granted and would cost £47 billion ($75.2 billion). At least some of that, it proposed, could be partly funded from the “minimum £45 billion development ...

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