The UK government appears to be inching closer to considering expanding London Heathrow Airport (LHR) after an opponent of a third LHR runway was removed from the post of transport secretary. Justine Greening, whose London constituency is affected by noise from aircraft using LHR, was moved as part of a wider government cabinet reshuffle Tuesday. Prime Minister David Cameron is under pressure from business and airlines to expand severely slot-constrained LHR (ATW Daily News, Sept. 5). ...

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