London Gatwick Airport is launching a six-week consultation among local communities, starting April 4, seeking input on its proposals to build a second runway. In its interim report published in December, the UK government-appointed Airports Commission concluded that one additional runway would be needed in the southeast of England by 2030, and short-listed three possible options. These were for an additional runway at London Heathrow, extending one of the existing runways at Heathrow to ...

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