The UK government needs to commit to a long-term aviation policy that focuses on consumers and allows airport capacity to develop, specifically in southeast England, the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said in a report released last month. It warned that without such a policy there is a risk that fares would go up, route choice would drop and the UK economy would suffer. According to the CAA, the capacity constraint could add £10 per passenger on a return fare by 2030. It also ...

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