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The case for Heathrow

By Nigel Milton  

A Gulf Air jet arrives over the top of houses to land at Heathrow Airport. © REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

This piece is a response to John Kay’s essay on Heathrow in the October issue of Prospect

John Kay’s piece on the case for expanding Heathrow is another interesting perspective on this important debate. Kay raises some good points but he doesn’t cover the importance of air freight, nor the basics of how…

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