The UK government is to develop a new aviation strategy for the next three decades to 2050 and beyond, as the country prepares to exit the European Union (EU) (Brexit). “Aviation is central to our future prosperity as we leave the EU. As a global, trading nation we want to build on the great industry we have today and create opportunities for people up and down the country,” transport secretary Chris Grayling said. He added the strategy “will look beyond the new runway at ...

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