International Airlines Group (IAG) CEO Willie Walsh will “not be supporting” proposals for a  third runway at Heathrow, as recommended by the UK government-appointed Airports Commission in July, because he believes the costs associated with the project are “outrageous.” “From an IAG point of view we will not be supporting it,” Walsh said, according to a Reuters report. “We’re not going to support something that increases our ...

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