Dublin Airport tweaks its new runway plan to ensure lift-off
Heathrow’s proposed third runway faces likely opposition, but you’d have to get up early in the morning to be ahead of DAA
Airport expansions are always a source of some controversy, even if they are among the most important parts of any country’s infrastructure.
The goings on at Heathrow in London – an airport surely familiar to all readers – are fascinating. A British supreme court judgment last week has moved Heathrow much closer to implementing a £14 billion plan to add a third runway, the first new runway to be built in the south-east...
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