British Airways CEO Willie Walsh described London Mayor Boris Johnson's idea to replace London Heathrow with a new facility on an island in the Thames as "madness," Bloomberg News reported. Johnson has said he believes LHR is "a 1950s planning error" and vowed during his successful election campaign to review the feasibility of a new four-runway airport east of London. "It's not going to work," Walsh said at the World Low Cost Airlines Congress in London. "It's a distraction to a tough ...

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