The UK's new government, which already had announced it was dropping the previous government's plans for additional runways at London's three main airports, last month released more details on its future aviation policy and confirmed what it described as "the need for restraint" owing to environmental considerations. "The government believes that aviation makes a vital contribution to the economy of this country and to the lives of our citizens. The aviation ...

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