3rd November 2016
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London Gatwick Airport has responded to the government’s decision to favour Heathrow expansion, with a strong message about its own future. Gatwick – the UK’s second busiest airport and the world’s most efficient single runway airport with 42 million passengers a year – maintains it has a strong case for expansion. The airport’s management argues a new runway at Gatwick is the cheaper, quicker and more environmentally friendly option over expanding Heathrow.
2nd November 2016
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Park First has announced that as of today, Thursday 13 October 2016, 100% of its year three and four Glasgow Airport investors are now receiving returns of 10%. This news comes a year after the announcement that the first ever group of Park First investors entered their third year in September 2015, receiving returns of 10%. Now, those investors have entered the fourth year of their investment and continue to receive returns of 10%.
28th October 2016
The UK’s biggest business organisations and the country’s largest airline are backing London Luton Airport’s call on government to improve rail access to Luton Airport Parkway station. The CBI, easyJet and the FSB are amongst a number of organisations to support the requirement to introduce four fast trains per hour from central London to Luton Airport Parkway (LAP) as part of the upcoming East Midlands rail refranchising process.
27th October 2016
The government has approved a third runway at Heathrow to expand UK airport capacity following a cabinet committee meeting on Tuesday. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said the “truly momentous” decision would support trade and create jobs. Gatwick airport said it was disappointed with the decision, which was “not the right answer for Britain”.
25th October 2016
What are the details of the announcement on Britain’s next runway? Six years after it overturned plans to build a third runway at Heathrow, the government has announced a renewed expansion of London’s main airport. A cabinet subcommittee of ministers, excluding some notable opponents of Heathrow, met on Tuesday morning and decided to endorse the verdict of the Airports Commission by approving a third runway, rather than choose another shortlisted scheme at Gatwick. The decision will be formally announced by the transport secretary, Chris Grayling, in the House Commons.
20th October 2016
Record month at Gatwick: 42.3 million annual passengers now use the airport Long haul routes are booming with Cape Town and Moscow set to begin Growth is decades ahead of Airports Commission forecasts for Gatwick Gatwick’s record-breaking September and booming long haul services reinforce further the flawed nature of the Airports Commission’s forecasts which are now inaccurate by decades. In September, 4.3 million passengers travelled through the airport which is +6.9% on the same month in 2015. Gatwick now serves 42.3 million passengers a year – this is a milestone the Airports Commission forecast Gatwick would not reach until 2030.